Synopsis: Jess Wade is falsely accused of having stolen a cannon from the Mexican revolutionary forces. He tries to find the real culprits, a gang of criminals.
Genre: Western
Production: Warner Home Video
98 min

- Gabe?

- Yeah.

- Take Jess' horse with you.

- Yes, sir.

Well, now, that's a lot more like it.

You're as good as new, Jess,

except for your neck.

You won't be needin'

my tender care anymore.

You're free to go, Jess.

Anywhere where the Mexican law

or the Mexican Federales can't find you.

Or any place north,

where the American law

or the American cavalry

can't run you down.

You're a famous man, Jess.

Don't ever forget it.

I won't.

Stop! Stop! Stop!

Billy Roy, what the hell

is the matter with you?

I quit! This is as far as I go!

Get going. Keep at it.

No, no, no. We settle here!

No, we'll settle up there!

It's about a mile or so from Rio Seco.

Now you're talkin'!

I get a night on the town.

Keep at it!

Let's get us up there on them rocks!

Lordy, Lordy, can't say

I'm gonna miss that.

All right, let's move out.

Hi, Dan.


Jess, I'm so glad to see you.

- Or am I?

- I hoped you'd be.

Not if what I've read is true.

What've you read, Dan?

- Coffee?

- Is it as bad as ever?

- It's worse.

- Good.

As I remember, one of your punishments,

along with your lectures,

was drinkin' your coffee.

Hey, you're wrong, Dan.

It's not worse, it's only as bad.

So be it. Sit down.

Do you mind loosening

that dust catcher around your neck?

I mind.

- Look, do you want to hear what I've read?

- You don't have to read it, Dan.

You barreled around

when I told you not to.

You rode with Vince Hackett

when I told you not to.

You've done everything I told you not to.

But one thing you never did was lie.

Now, is this true?


- That thing on your neck?

- It was put there.

Vince Hackett. Well, so much for that.

You know, I showed one to her.

I didn't quite believe it myself

and I wanted to see if she believed it.

Did she?

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Charles Marquis Warren

Charles Marquis Warren (December 16, 1912 — August 11, 1990) was an American motion picture and television writer, producer, and director who specialized in the western genre. He is notable for his involvement in creating the television series Rawhide and in adapting the radio series Gunsmoke for television. more…

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