At a Mexican ranch, fugitive O'Malley and pursuing Sheriff Stribling agree to help rancher Breckenridge drive his herd into Texas where Stribling could legally arrest O'Malley, but Breckenridge's wife complicates things.
In order to free his best friend Paul Bondi from jail, cowboy Jack Burns gets himself imprisoned only to find out that Bondi does not want to escape. Thus Burns breaks out on his own and is afterwards being chased in the mountains by sheriff Johnson with a helicopter and jeeps.Written by
When preparing a compilation of film clips for Kirk Douglas' life achievement award by the Shoah Foundation, Steven Spielberg couldn't locate footage from this film, and asked Universal Pictures for a clip. Spielberg recommended to the studio that the film be green-lit for preservation, which it was. See more »
There is never the slightest sign of a toilet. Not in any of the cells. Even the large holding cell with 25 or 30 guys in it, doesn't even have a urinal. Much less a toilet. See more »
[to his horse, as he watches jets leave contrails across the sky]
Time we took off, too.
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the credits at the beginning of the film use a font with uppercase consonants and lower case vowels (of various sizes) , but for the names only. See more »
When I first watched this movie I was changing channels and stoped to see a young Kirk Douglas, the movie was so good that it had me in some sort of hypnoses and of cause made me watch on and my TV surfing stoped. Towards the end it reminded me of the movie `The Fugitive', and of cause a great ending with many different conclusions. Excellent film.
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