This ordinary western has Taylor living the role of a well- to-do rancher who feels that good fences make good neighbors. The villains of the piece want to keep barbed wire out of Wyoming in 1883. Caulfield is the female interest, so you can imagine the surprise when she gets drilled
about two-thirds into the film. Middleton and his cohorts support something called The National Cattle Trail, which calls for grazing just about anywhere. Middleton is associated with Windom, Caulfield's wimpy, alcoholic brother. Taylor enlists the aid of President Chester A. Arthur (Gates in the
best characterization in the movie), who agrees to support Taylor's plan. Middleton is enr...