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Legendary lawman and gunslinger, Wild Bill Hickok, is tasked with taming the wildest cow-town in the west. While delivering his own brand of frontier justice, the infamous hard-drinking gunfighter's reputation as the fastest draw in the west is put to the test.Written by
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Wild Bill appeared for a time in Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show but was fired because of his "effeminate voice". See more »
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Wild Bill Hickok:
[holding him at gunpoint]
Notice my hammer tied back? If something should happen to cause my thumb to slip, you will catch a bullet right between your eyes.
John Wesley Hardin:
Well, I can't see what good it's gonna do me to surrender my guns, if you're just gonna go ahead and shoot me in the back the second I turn and walk away.
Wild Bill Hickok:
You have been misinformed, sir. I never shoot a man in the back... How 'bout a compromise? What do you say to a drink?
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Average Western with disappointing action and plot
I am a fan of well done, action packed Westerns but this movie fails to deliver any exciting or believable fight scenes. The gun play sequences are poorly paced and not very believable and the transitions between scenes are awkward. The worst flaw was the lack of continuity between scenes. A young boy is shot in the right leg and we watch as the bullet is removed by a half drunken doctor but in a scene five minutes later, the boy is shown sitting with a bandaged LEFT leg, only to be shown later with an injured right leg again. Overall this was a promising movie that did not live up to my expectations.
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