A half-breed Apache played by Buetel tries to make peace between his people and the white men, while Hadley, who thinks there's gold on the Indian reservation, tries to start trouble. Young, who portrays a gambler, joins Buetel and lawman MacLane to stop Hadley's evil plan from hatching.
There's a good deal wrong with this picture from the start. The script is overlong and predictable. There is heavy stereotyping among the Indian characters, with Buetel's dialog being reduced to a few "Ughs." Hadley is simply not cut out to play a villain, and Young, despite a bushy, black
moustache, is not believable. The camerawork is adequate, though the Technicolor use is not a...