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Near the end when Garrett goes out to the street from the bar, his leaves his hat on the floor where it had fallen. After the final confrontation, he puts the kids on horses, and walks over to his horse and grabs his hat - which is now hanging from the saddle horn. See more »
The Ballad of the Tall Man
Written and Performed by Ben Dickey
Published by Zipper Cream Songs (ASCAP) See more »
A different kind of Western
This film tells the story of a young boy and his sister who are given a lift by a sheriff.
It has quite an engaging story, and it is a little different from the other Westerns because not everyone dies in it. There are even emotional elements too, as Billy the Kid delivers a confessional monologue.
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