Indian gets revenge on the white man is the theme here. Madison is the part-Indian who buys some land to raise beef in an anti-Indian area of Oklahoma. His newly purchased land happens to be adjacent to that of three Indian-hating brothers who were recently found innocent of killing two
Indians for being on their property. While the white Farr sets her sights on Madison, he does battle with the brothers, finally killing two of them to end his troubles. One of the brothers had been killed earlier by another Indian. Madison doesn't say much in the film, letting his actions and Farr
and Grant do most of the talking. Grant, often stereotyped in Indian-maiden roles, is ...