Hale shoots a man, leaving the victim's son an orphan. The boy is raised by Winters and Corrigan, proprietors of a minstrel show. Upon reaching adulthood, the boy, Morris, becomes a talented sharpshooter for the show. But he has only one thought in mind: revenge for his father's death.
Okay western, though the minstrel show expresses racism at its Hollywood worst. Direction is well-paced and the cast performs adequately.