- Director: Andrew Herbert
- Writer: Richard Amory
- Producer: Richard Amory
It is fantastically awful - the gay wild west.
But...because of its age, it is laughably interesting.
There are no redeeming aspects whatsoever except, perhaps, for the scenery.
Its only value is as a curiosity.
Few actually saw this and those that did - laughed until their chaps exploded.
This classic gay love story set in the American wilderness of 1870 is based on Richard Amory's best-selling trilogy. A sincere, well-produced film about unashamed, unpossessive gay male love, the film represented a cultural awakening for a generation of gay men.