Errol Flynn dons a Stetson and a tassled suede jacket and rides out into the Wild West on a horsey, yee-haw! I say, C'mon Warners, the dude was from Australia! His accent was oh-so Tasmanian, therefore twas unsuitable to stick him out west with the hillbillies and cattle ranchers.
Maybe I'm being too pragmatic, but I think the studio thought Errol was nothing more than a doll that they could dress up and place in any era they wanted to, no matter how unrealistic. Errol himself even sai"
This movie includes one of the greatest bar fight scenes I've seen, but there's also many other things to admire: Charismatic Errol Flynn is convincing as a sheriff who believes in justice, Olivia de Havilland is beautiful as always, the dialogue is enjoyable, and all in all the film is very solid old-fashioned entertainment from the Golden Age of Hollywood."