After tracking down a wanted murderer and then killing him, U.S. Marshal Bronson finds that his victim was respected in the town of his death. None of the townspeople will identify the corpse, which means that Bronson can't collect his bounty. This forces Bronson to look at his life and
why he is what he is. This interesting psychological western is a well scripted, nicely directed piece that goes well beyond it's programmer budget. Bronson gives one of his better performances as the tortured man, with fine support from Mathews as a madame and Carradine, the town
barber/undertaker. Fowler was better known for directing such films as I WAS A TEENAGE WEREWOLF (1956) ...