Directed by: Mel Brooks
Starring: Cleavon Little, Gene Wilder, Harvey Korman, Slim Pickens
Genres: Comedy, Western
Continuity mistake: When Waco Kid is lying down on hay bales at the end of the film, there is no horse. All of a sudden when he's invited somewhere by Sheriff Bart, a horse appears. (01:33:50)
Suggested correction: It is true that the horse suddenly appears, but Jim is reclined on hay bales, not boxes.
For future reference, this is what the "change the entry's wording" option is for.
This entry is about the sudden appearance of a horse. It has nothing to do with The Waco Kid reclining on boxes nor does the entry say he was reclining on boxes. It says that he's reclining on bales of hay.
It did say bales of hay - I've left the correction and "change wording" comment online for a bit for informational purposes.
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Jim: Well, it got so that every piss-ant prairie punk who thought he could shoot a gun would ride into town to try out the Waco Kid. I must have killed more men than Cecil B. DeMille. It got pretty gritty. I started to hear the word "draw" in my sleep. Then one day, I was just walking down the street when I heard a voice behind me say, "Reach for it, mister!" I spun around... And there I was, face-to-face with a six-year old kid. Well, I just threw my guns down and walked away. Little bastard shot me in the ass. So I limped to the nearest saloon, crawled inside a whiskey bottle, and I've been there ever since.
When the crook kicks the door on a building in the fake town it falls over, but the same building falls over again when the dynamite goes off.
The language that the Indians speak is actually Yiddish.