Faucett has obtained the deed to Banning's mine. Thinking the mine is worthless he sells it to Bob McVey. But when he learns the mine contains Tungsten, he sets out to get it back.
Desperate Men at Death Grips For Spoils that Mean Wealth to the Victors!
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The version released by C & C Television Corp. and shown on the Turner Classic Movies (TCM) channel omits the director and producer credits. See more
Referenced in The Daffy Duckaroo
My Days Are Through on the Range
Music and Lyrics by Ray Whitley
Written for the movie but not sung See more