Steve McQueen stars as bounty hunter with a heart Josh Randall. A Confederate veteran of the Civil War, Randall carries a shortened Winchester Model 1892 carbine, the "Mare's Leg," a gun which he has the ability to draw and fire with lightening speed. Not the typical bounty hunter, Randall often donates his earnings to the needy, and helps his prisoners when he feels they have been wrongly accused.
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