Tougher. None Faster.
West comes to life in this taut, searing, bloody tale of crime
and vengeance starring Sam Elliott as Conagher and Katharine
Ross as Edie.
Any man is crazy to pull a gun on Conagher because
he shoots once-and shoots to kill. Hired to guard cattle on a
nearby ranch, he discovers his fellow ranch-hands are in league
with a gang of rustlers.
When Conagher gets on their trail and
is taken down by a bullet from behind, he doesn't just want
revenge, he wants justice. And he'll kill to see justice done.
Then, when the killing is over, maybe he'll find a place to call
home and a woman like Edie waiting for him...if he survives.
McCloud. In yet another western, Barry plays Charlie
McCloud, a friendly stagecoach driver who has befriended the
widow Teale, (Katherine Ross). Mrs. Teale lives on a ranch in
the middle of nowhere and Charlie has been delivering supplies
to her since her husband
mysteriously disappeared. It
was also an opportunity for Charlie
and his passengers
to stop and
get a good meal
on the long drive and at the same time
gave the widow a chance to earn a bit of money. Charlie loves Mrs. Teale's cookies and is worried about how the
widow with two children to raise will end up when the coach line
he drives for finishes building their new coach stop. With best intentions, Charlie will play matchmaker between his
friend Conagher and the widow Teale.
commentary: Corbin's experience with horses came in handy
while filming Conagher on location in Colorado. "I
was driving a stagecoach with a team of six. There was one tense
moment when I dropped one of the reins. You don't have time to
be scared in a situation like that." He
was able to keep the horses under control, preventing the
Conagher with Sam Elliott and Katharine Ross was a treat
for Corbin, who's sorry that
"by the time I came to Hollywood, I missed all those great