About the film
Release Date: February 01, 1931
|Slogan||:||«Writing, in flames and blood, the vivid history of those epic days»|
|Genres||:||Action, Western, Romance|
|Director||:||David Burton, Otto Brower|
|Writers||:||Edward E. Paramore Jr., Zane Grey, Keene Thompson, Agnes Brand Leahy|
Clint Belmet (Gary Cooper) is a bit of a firebrand and is sentenced to at least 30 days in jail, but his partners, Bill Jackson (Ernest Torrence) and Jim Bridger (Tully Marshall) talk a sympathetic Frenchwoman named Felice (Lili Damita) into telling the bumbling, drunken marshal that Clint had married her the previous night. Clint is released so he can accompany Felice on the wagon train heading west to California.