MacLane, an evil landowner, has caused the lynching of Crabbe's brother, having framed the brother for robbery after he sided against MacLane in a feud with some ranchers. To complicate matters, Ames is both MacLane's daughter and the fiancee of the dead man. Along comes Crabbe to avenge
his sibling's death, killing all the guilty parties and taking up with Ames where his brother left off. The film suffers from its similarities to countless TV and B westerns of the time, but Crabbe gives a vigorous performance, and MacLane fills the bad guy role nicely.