Dillon is sentenced to a lifetime of hard labor by Judge Flood, who uses an illegally constituted court to staff his private silver mine.
Did You Know?
Gerald McRaney's one-minute cameo as a fugitive proved to be the most lucrative move of his career, as he met producer John G. Stephens (who had recently replaced Leonard Katzman). Stephens became producer and then executive producer on McRaney's "Simon and Simon" and "Major Dad" series (hiring McRaney for both) for a total of 12 years. See more
Matt and three other prisoners blow up part of a mine shaft, leaving themselves trapped in the end section and trying to dig their way out. They leave one torch burning so they can see what they're doing, and it goes down as the oxygen in the air is used up. But you can tell the torch is gasoline-powered and controlled by a remote rheostat. See more