Alan and Walt wrap up the credits and begin to discuss the camera movement toward the men working on the railroad. We get a good look at the rail line and number of people doing the work. There seems to be a good number of overseers keeping on eye on the work being done. Eventually Lyle shows up and talks about the heat of the day before a Chinese worker passes out. Lyle unceremoniously demands they dock him a day’s pay for nappin’ on the job. At that moment, we get a story from actor Burton Gilliam about a discussion with Cleavon Little about some of the language his character has to use. Alan and Walt discuss some of their outdoor labor experiences before wrapping up the minute.
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