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A western that takes a look at a different take on the death of Wild Bill Hickok and the revenge Calamity Jane takes on the men who conspired to kill him. While Jane is on the hunt taking the law into her own hands a lawman enlists the help of Jane's friend Colorado Charlie Utter to track Jane and stop her before she goes too far.Written by
One of the worst films-not just the Western genre movies. I don't even think this film could be listed as a B movie, 'cause many B movies, if you are lucky enough, are still watchable; some might be not good enough, but you could kick them into TV movies (lot of churned out from Lifetime or Hallmark) and with patience, you could force yourself to watch on a comfortable sofa or reclining chair. But NOT this one, man.
When this stupid movie started, we saw a bunch of moronic guys wearing law decals and shooting their guns, but their shooting blanks scenes just looked so fake. Then we saw a guy was shot to death, leaned on wooden plank. It just looked so pathetically fake! No gunshot wound, not even artificial blood was used; guess their budget was limited, so they must not soiled the shirt and/or the outwear with bullet holes and blood. There was nothing could hold your neck down to sit and watch. It's just so fake and so bad. These guys in this film should not be called "actors", because they are not; they are exactly like those people walking in the street, in the shopping malls, they don't have the least talent to survive in the cruel movie industries. I just felt so insulted to waste time to watch this film. It's mental abuse.
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