Jim Sanders (Don 'Red' Barry), young cowhand, returns to his hometown for a reunion with his boyhood friend Clay Blackburn (George Offerman Jr.). Once there he learns that Clay's father, Frank Blackburn (Ivan Miller), is the unscrupulous proprietor of a stagecoach line and is out to bankrupt the line run by Joel Hunter (Griff Barnett'), the father of Jim's sweetheart Ruth Hunter (Betty Moran). Jim is forced to lead the fight against his best friend. Written by
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Playing a lone hand against an organized gang of six-gun desperadoes!
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Did You Know?
From the 1940 original-release pressbook:
- "Appendicitis seemed to be the jinx which pursued many of the principals concerned with the production of Republic's "Frontier Vegeance." Production was postponed when Don "Red" Barry, the star, suffered an acute attack and was taken to the hospital for an appendectomy. No sooner had he recovered when George Sherman, associate producer/director of the series, suffered a similar attack, as did Bob Mark, the make-up supervisor. Eddy White, Republic associate producer/director stepped into Sherman's shoes."