In 1880, four men travel together to the city of Silverado. They come across many dangers before they finally engage the "bad guys" and bring peace and equality back to the city.Written by
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Eaves Ranch, a.k.a. Eaves Movie Ranch, used for the filming of such features as The Cheyenne Social Club (1970), Butch and Sundance: The Early Days (1979), A Gunfight (1971), and Red Sky at Morning (1971), was transformed into the Mexican village and cavalry outpost of Chimayo. The town of Turley, through which all four of the film's heroes pass, was also constructed on the Eaves Ranch. Remnants of past film sets were restored, along with the complete construction of eight additional buildings to create an authentic 1880s setting. See more »
In the final conflict scene when Jake is riding bareback on his Pinto into town to confront his nemesis, his reins are tied in a knot. When he arrives at the hitching post in town, however, the reins are draped loosely over the Pinto's back. See more »
[Emmett saves Paden's life with a sip of water from his canteen after discovering him abandoned and baking in the desert]
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Westerns are hard to come by these days so make the most of this; it's a good one. I wouldn't go so far as to call it a spoof but it certainly doesn't take itself too seriously,best not to worry about trying to follow the plot just go along with the roller coaster ride. There's lots of hard riding, fancy shooting and athleticism by our worthy heroes as they face off with the usually overweight and constantly smiling villains who don't quite twirl their moustaches but come close. The heroine is rather insipid but this is an action picture and the romance doesn't get in the way too much. It all goes on a little too long but there's lots of fun to be had along the way.
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