An early offbeat western where the bad guys, Sullivan and Crawford, are stone gunslingers without compassion or a single sincere thought of reform, characters loosely based on the McLoury-Clanton gang of Tombstone. The real brutality and senseless killing of the Old West is summarized by
Sullivan, a gun-happy murderer who shoots a gambler to death because he cheated him out of a horse months earlier. Reynolds is his equally callous lady friend who merely suggests reforming as a whim, and Crawford is apt as the thick-headed, brutish gang leader. Song: "Girl on the Flying Trapeze"
(Kurt Neumann, Clarence Marks).