It's 1868 and the war has been over for three years. An old abandoned mine is now being transformed into a military stronghold by a corrupt Mayor and band of blood thirsty outlaws whom are a part of a larger web hell-bent on a re-surge of the civil war. When a US Marshal, James McCord comes to town only to find out that his brother has been murdered, his search for the killer takes him on life or death struggle for a much greater cause.Written by
The production was plagued daily by bad weather including severe cold, snow, and extreme sandstorms. See more »
Synopsis describes Thomas McCord as a priest; however, the character is clearly a Protestant minister or itinerant preacher, and the church is clearly not a Catholic or Episcopal church. See more »
[writing a letter]
When we last spoke you called me a coward. Now, I do not see the Lord's way as a violent one, but I did pray for you. I prayed that you would survive the war in the stand for righteousness. I write you now for your help. I see how action must sometimes be taken to right terrible wrongs. There are bad men here, terrorizing this good community, and I have taken a stand and have paid a price for it.
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Credits to the townspeople and Army soldiers are entitled TOWNSPEOPLE AND CALVERY See more »
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I thought that the day of the good western was still around the corner this mess proves that its not around the corner nor is it anywhere is sight. How it took a bunch of people to write this I have no idea it names three and tells you there may be more guilty of inflicting this on the viewing public.I on't spoil the ending because thats the best part (when the finishing credits roll by) picture a cowboy on a horse we are to believe he has come a long way looking at the absence of any real dust, then the fact he has no bed roll. (the saddle bags seem to come and go ) but as far as having anything to cook with,to sleep on or at some time change a shirt which he does ther is nothing to sustain him come forward a little (that's if you haven't turned it off like i should have)he is asked by the girl (there is always a girl) where is is spending the night to which he answers I will sleep out(what on?)still no food still no blankets cooking gear man this cowboy is tough the town is also a classic there are so many people walking back a forth carts coming down the street its one busy little place in the part of where you and I read the goofs ther is something about the church one better than the one mentioned is that the villains are only a few steps away when the church caves in you would not want to go there on a Sunday with the candles lit. Look if you want excitement don't pick this shocker try an o;d episode of Rawhide.
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