The Long Riders

Revealing mistake: The gang's visit to Northfield, Minnesota reveals a typical late 18th century town, with dozens of people on many horses and horse drawn wagons. All the horses leave deep tracks in the dirt, because they are walking on freshly laid soil that has not had time to compact. There is absolutely no horse manure to be seen anywhere, despite dozens of horses. Clearly, the film makers used a 20th century town and laid new soil over the pavement shortly before the filming began.

Bruce Trestrail Premium member

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