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Geo. Newbern, keith, mc, Rubberhead, Stanton Hillis
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by Drew Hause
Drew Hause
We've discussed this in the past, but I screenshot some better images

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The pheasant hunting scene starts about 1:16:45. I couldn't find when pheasants were introduced to Colorado, but they were not brought to S. Dakota until 1898.

The movie is set in the 1890s in the 4 Corners, near Mesa Verde, which is in Colorado, but the courthouse scene has an Arizona flag flying - which did not exist until 1917; 5 years after AZ became a state.
The film was shot at Old Tucson Studios, west of Tucson, and the San Rafael Ranch House is now a State Park near Patagonia.
The end of the Comanche Wars was in June 1875 when Quanah Parker surrendered at Fort Sill. The Comanche were not in NE AZ nor SE Utah.
This site claims the double was a Parker, which it clearly is not!

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Watch carefully and G.W. appears to load the gun with what look to be green plastic shells.
The White Line pad does not appear to be perforated.
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by mark
No matter what my eyes see my mind knows the Duke is shooting a Greener!
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by mc
Yep the movies and computer bulletin boards have a lot in common.sitting in a basement in Brooklyn but on the computer your shooting grouse in Scotland yesiree
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by BrentD
I think "Big Jake" shows a pair of shotguns, allegedly Greeners.

I'm not much of John Wayne fan, however. Not much of anything is very authentic in his movies, '92 Winchesters being well worn and common as dirt long before '92 for instance.
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by ellenbr
>>Big Jake<< is one of my all time favourites with the new fangled 1911 Pistol/1910 Bergmann or similar??


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by keith
Originally Posted by mc
Yep the movies and computer bulletin boards have a lot in common.sitting in a basement in Brooklyn but on the computer your shooting grouse in Scotland yesiree

mc, are you saying that some guys embellish the truth a bit on these internet forums?

I find that amusing too, but just be careful about mentioning these things. If you pay close attention and provide verbatim QUOTES pointing out, ahem...inconsistent statements, then you will be the bad guy. You might even find yourself "moderated".
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