Starring: Glen Campbell, Jeremy Slate, John Wayne, Kim Darby
Genres: Adventure, Drama, Western
Question: Are those ski trails on the mountains at the beginning of True Grit?
Chosen answer: The mountain in the background appears to have two vertical grooves down the surface facing the camera. Those grooves are far too wide to be ski trails. They are simply a natural part of the mountain. Mountains are subjected, over hundreds of thousands of years, to a variety of natural forces, such as wind erosion, water erosion, tectonic shifts and earthquakes, just to name a few. These cause mountains to have irregular shapes, and irregular surfaces.
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Ned Pepper: What's your intention? Do you think one on four is a dogfall? Rooster Cogburn: I mean to kill you in one minute, Ned. Or see you hanged in Fort Smith at Judge Parker's convenience. Which'll it be? Ned Pepper: I call that bold talk for a one-eyed fat man!Rooster Cogburn: Fill your hands, you son of a bitch!
Throughout most of the film, Mattie Ross' gun is correctly shown to be a Colt's Dragoon .44 caliber revolver. However, in the scene where Tom Chaney is looking down at her from the top of the well into which she had fallen, the gun in his hand is a Colt's Model 1860 Army. Presumably, when he, too falls into the well after being shot by Marshall Cogburn, the gun goes with him. When Cogburn retrieves the weapon before helping Mattie out of the pit, the gun is once more a Colt's Dragoon.
The hat band on John Wayne's hat once belonged to Gary Cooper. It was a gift to John from Cooper.