Woodrow breaks off from his posse to pursue Mo Mo while his men try to capture or kill Joey Garza. Meanwhile Lorena searches for Pea and Joey's mother Maria tries to help her son elude the law.
Did You Know?
John Wesley Hardin was a wanted man during his lifetime on a variety of charges. He even had run-ins with Wild Bill Hicock. When he was jailed in 1878, he claimed to have killed 38 men in his lifetime. He was released in 1894 and had studied enough in prison to pass the Texas bar exam. Unfortunately he never had a chance to practice law and was shot and killed in 1895 at the age of 42. See more
In several scenes, the cinematographer quite noticeably uses filters that create and orange and dark blue gradients at the top of the frame to simulate morning and evening skies. When the camera follows the action the gradient (which has a noticeable curve in the center) doesn't move while everything else does. When P.I. and his companions are at their campfire, P.I. stands up and the filter turns his face dark blue. See more
Capt. Woodrow F. Call
[Speaking of Joey Garza
Ah, if I have to live one-legged, I will. I wanna live long enough to kill that boy.
I'm very disappointed in you Captain. You can't think of any reason for livin' than to kill a boy? If killin's the only reason you can think of livin', you might as well die!
Streets of Laredo
(a.k.a. "The Cowboy's Lament") (uncredited)
American folk song
[Heard often in outdoor scenes] See more