That's a good question Liz! Poor ole horses. Let's just assume friendly Indians find them and give them a good home. Or maybe they smell out the nearest stable. Wonder who gets ownership of them after the original owner is dead. The guy who owns the stable maybe.
Movies can leave you wondering. So can television programs. Maybe we should all post a question as to 'why' on here. LOL
One of mine would be...Why do all the life forms on any planet in any galaxy, friend or foe, speak such perfect english? And why do they all walk on two legs or tentacles or paws or whatever?
Oh, that was two instead of one. LOL
I have 42 gold stars!
1.) Why the King of the Wild Stallions, usually wasn't?
2) Why the cowboys could shoot forever with a "Six Shooter"?
3.) Why, with all those bullets, the good guys usually just had a "Flesh wound"?
4.) Why it didn't appear to bother anyone that the Lone Ranger went around wearing a mask??? (I got to meet Clayton Moore, my cousins in Colorado Springs invited him to dinner when I was visiting.)
5.) Why "Head 'em off at the pass" always worked to catch the bad guys?
Why it didn't appear to bother anyone that the Lone Ranger went around wearing a mask??? (I got to meet Clayton Moore, my cousins in Colorado Springs invited him to dinner when I was visiting.)
very cool -- I use to watch the Lone Ranger when I was a kid
Love all the old John Wayne movies -- I can't believe the producers made him sing in one -- poor guy can't sing 8-)
1. Why did all the good guys wear white hats?2. Why did the bad guys always have a moustache?3. When you watch a stagecoach traveling at high speeds, the wheels always look like they are going backwards?4. Where did they carry the guitar they always seem to have at campfires?5. Why were the sidekicks always old and grizzled or overweight?
Sandi, who also loved Saturday matinees and Roy Rogers