"You're a woman after my own heart. Tougher than leather, smarter than spit, and colder than January." -- Dan Kehoe (CLARK GABLE) to Sabina (ELEANOR PARKER). "We're two of a kind."
- Sabina, in reply.
While staying in a desert ghost town whose only inhabitants are four young widows and their mother-in-law, a man who shoots fast and thinks quick sets his sights on this harem and $100,000 in gold.
The four widowed wives of a gang of bandits are sitting on the collected booty in a western town. But fortune hunter Dan Kehoe has plans to get the goods... by sweet talking each of the women, one by one. Which lucky lady will get the cowboy... and the loot'
Shot in CinemaScope. Color by DeLuxe.
Released theatrically in New York City December 21, 1956.