This was among the last of the tradtional westerns with clear-cut good guys and bad guys. Davis plays a gunslinger banished from a town after being framed for murder by MacLane. MacLane is an evil cattle baron who murdered Davis' brother, and has accused the hero of killing MacLane's
sons. Davis returns to foil MacLane, and his sidekick De Corsia, in a robbery attempt. At times the plot seems overly complicated, but Davis' professional performance is worth noting. De Corsia is wonderful in his villainous role. Cahn's direction is simplistic and effective. This was the last
film for actor Kermit Maynard, who was the star of several B-westerns during their heydey, an...