‘McLintock!’ Movie Summary
G.W. McLintock lives the single life on his ranch, but his estranged wife lives out on the East Coast. She thinks McLintock is an adulterer, and lives in an uncivilized world.
A group of homesteaders moves to the town of McLintock, and G.W. advises them against farming there. The land is made for cattle, and not farms. McLintock hires a widow to do the cooking and cleaning on his ranch, and gives her son, Dev, a job.
Once day, Katie, McLintock’s wife, returns home, and asks him for a divorce. He refuses to grant it, and claims not understand why she’s still angry at him.
One of the settlers believes an Indian has kidnapped his daughter, and McLintock rushes off to the mob. He stops their lynching of the Chief, and it sets off a big muddy brawl between the townsfolk and settlers. The high-society girl, Katie, dukes it out with them too, and pokes them in the ass with her hat pin.
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