As old-fashioned as a ten-gallon hat, this stalwart action film aptly mimics the values of classic Hollywood westerns. A man who identifies himself as the sheriff picks up a payroll at a train depot, and is shot down by a gunman (Mark Valley), who flees in a boxcar with two other desperadoes. The shooter is later tossed off the train by the others: Is he a drifter betrayed by his partners or a Good Samaritan who intervened in a payroll heist? Nursed back to health by an African-American cowpoke and preacher named Joshua (Leon Coffee), the confused stranger has no memory of his past. Joshua names him after the town where he found him: Jericho. As he accompanies Joshua...