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

Buenos dias, charro. What would you like?

Tequila. The makings.

Dos pesos, sir.

My name's Wade. Jess Wade.

Mean anything to you?

No, charro.

Nobody came here today asking for me?

No, charro.

Nobody asked for Jess Wade?

Not a man asked for nobody.

Not a man. A woman.

A beautifuI, no-good woman.

About so high.

Maybe beautifuI to me, not to you.

I got a message.

Taken me a day and a half

to ride in here and meet her.

I apologize, Jess.

If I'd sent a message that I wanted

to see you, you wouldn't have showed up.

So, I sent a message that

Miss Tracey Winters had come down here.

And here you are.

In any case, we're all glad to see you.

Don't move, Jess.

All right.

All of you know what I'm going to do.

What are you gonna do, Jess?

Leave me again?

You all know I'm gonna try for that door.

Anybody makes a move to stop me,

one of you never makes another move.

Understand? Maybe two of you.

Which two? Think it over.

Just remember the first face I see gets it.

Where you going? Mr. "Go Straight" Wade.

Hey, Jess.

Now, you should have never left me, Jess.

We missed you. Couldn't you tell?

I figured.

All right, Billy, see what he's got on him.

I'd say he's got on him boots, pants,

some kind of shirt,

some kind of hat.

That's what I'd say he's got on him, Vince.

Take out his wallet, idiot!

What kind of brother are you?

In front of him!

Now, do what I tell you!

Do your own work, Vince.

Don't send an idiot to do it for you.

Look, you've been around us

long enough to know

that when I badmouth my brother

I don't want to hear an echo.

Now, let him go!

Now, give me your gun belt.

All right, Billy.

- How much?

- Six dollars.

All right, Billy.

Tell the man we're sorry

we messed up his place.

Now get on your horse, Jess.

Get on your horse!

All right, let's move out.

How do you like the view, Jess?

It's a long way down.

But you're not going to drop me.

What makes you think I won't, old friend?

You could have killed me

back in that saloon.

All right, let's keep movin'.

Gabe, it's all right. It's Vince.

Six dollars. Six lousy dollars.

You left me for that skinny little vein.

I told you there was no gold in it.

It was skinny. I told you it was skinny.

You told me.

Nobody leaves me.

If I live to be 100, I'll never get over it.

Somebody left me. You.

You know what, Jess?

All because of Miss Tracey Winters.

My girI, Jess.

You left me because of my girI.

My girI fell for you and you thought

you could turn honest for her.

Well, you and Tracey were crazy, Jess.

Worse than that, you were blind stupid.

You got me here for a reason.

Now, what is it?

You worked that vein for a year

just to find out how skinny it was.

You left me, Jess. You could've had that.

Let him take a look.

Let him see what he missed.

Doesn't look like much, does it?

But you'd have been rich, Jess.

Richer than you ever dreamed of

the rest of your life.

There was never any future

with you, Vince.


The soldiers just might stumble over

the entrance of this ravine.

Now, let's get going.

Don't you try to give my brother orders.

Whoa, Heff.

He's a worrier, Billy Roy.

Good to have a worrier along.

Show him. Show Jess what he missed.

And what we got.

Maybe we ought to

make him guess.

All right, Gunner, Mody,

take the canvas off.

Solid gold over bronze, Jess.

Maybe over $100,000 worth.

More silver than a man's apt

to see in a lifetime.

And you're gonna melt it down.

Melt it down?

Jess, boy, you've been away

from me too long.

You've forgotten I never think short,

always long.

What's long this time?

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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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