He agrees to train them in self-defense, but Mordecai and innkeeper's wife Sarah Belding Verna Bloom soon suspect that the Stranger has another, more personal agenda. The Preston and Lawson ranches are experiencing mysterious losses from their herds. Lago's residents are not particularly friendly, but once the Stranger shows his skills as a gunfighter, they beg him to defend them against a group of outlaws led by Eastwood regular Geoffrey Lewis who have a score to settle with the town. At the last minute, the Sheriff finally decides that enough is enough - he cannot watch an innocent man hang. Near the dead cow was a calf with a Lawson brand on it. Only an expert can tell the difference between a rabies victim and an alcoholic. Eastwood's audience, however, was not so put off, and an exhibitors' poll named Eastwood a top box-office draw for
As the angry mob closes in on Buck, the sheriff intervenes but is shot by Bat. The film begins with Clint riding into a dreary town called Lago. Their shooting irons stay slung. The two men have unfinished business - the type that can only be solved with fists or a six shooter. He sends them after the men with guns, while he chases down a pretty girl. What happened to all of the tall people? Then walks on stage the hero, Buck Larson who interrupts the emcee, telling him that the story is serious as he is the hero and will become the biggest star in Hollywood.
The Terror of Tiny Town B-Movie Review
On the other side of the valley, Bat informs Tex that he happened upon a Preston cow that had been shot to death. Was it meant to be serious, or taken as a joke? There were fewer laws then. Then walks on stage the hero, Buck Larson who interrupts the emcee, telling him that the story is serious as he is the hero and will become the biggest star in Hollywood. That night, in his hotel room, the Stranger dreams of a man being brutally whipped.
Description: Was this review helpful to you? Midgets do not possess melanin in their skin; instead, they have asbestos. Climbing into a burning wood stove or throwing his hat into the stew is all part of a normal day for Otto. The Stranger learns that the townspeople were complicit in Duncan's murder; they hired the outlaws to kill him after he discovered that the town's only source of income, the mine, was on government land.