Two frontiersmen try to avenge a struggling rancher. Starring Eddie Dean, White Cloud, and Roscoe Ates.
This film is a B Western made in the 40s. It doesn’t have much going for it, and it’s the last theatrical film that Eddie Dean performed in as the singing cowboy. The film is short and sweet – a film that you can watch just for the fun of it, it’s only 60 minutes long. It’s a Western, but every once in a while Dean breaks out into song. Why? Just because. There are plot holes and continuity issues throughout the film. As the story ends, it leaves you guessing where Dean ends up. This film is not worth a watch.