In Shenandoah, Virginia, the widower farmer Charlie Anderson lives a peaceful life with his six sons - Jacob, James, Nathan, John, Henry and Boy, his daughter Jennie, and his daughter-in-law and James' wife Ann Anderson in his farm. Charlie does not let his sons to join the army to fight in the American Civil War that he considers that it is not their war. Meanwhile Jennie marries to her beloved Lieutenant Sam, but they do not have honeymoon since Sam has to go to the front. When Charlie's youngest son Boy is mistakenly taken prisoner by soldiers from the North. ...
A man assumes the identity of a bounty hunter whom trained him and sets out to get his revenge on the mayor of a mining town whom was responsible for the death of his father.
If The Movie Django Unchained Was Made In The 70s
A low-budget western TV movie. Riding across the hot desert wilderness. Jake Charmer, a charming skilled knifeman stops at "Charlie's Saloon", a rundown saloon for a bottle of whisky. At the saloon, Charmer meets Hugh Williams, a bearded poker player and joins in a poker game with three other players. But Charmer saves Hugh's life by killing two of the players with his knife, when they try to kill him and Williams shoots the other player. The saloon's down-on-his-luck owner Charlie Belding decides to hire Charmer and Williams. Charmer and Williams learns Belding himself, owes a gambling debt to Cornelius ...
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