Out-of-work cowboys Kansas Jones and Chito Rafferty are offered jobs at pretty Dusty Willis' ranch after saving her from a beating by saloon owner Clint Burrows. Dusty's good-hearted but weak-willed brother Harry, adding to his $3000 gambling debt to Willis, reluctantly agrees to pay it off by allowing the Ringo Kid, Burrows' vicious hired gun, to rustle cattle from his sister's ranch. Kansas intervenes, deters the rustlers and persuades Harry to confess his involvement to Dusty. Kansas, sent into town by Dusty to pay off Harry's debts, suddenly finds himself on the wrong side of the law, wrongly accused of murder and must rely on Dusty's belief in his innocence for his salvation. Written by
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THEY CALL HER 'DUSTY" - This blonde bombshell, whose gun is as deadly as her kisses are thrilling! (original poster)
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American Film Institute Catalog of Feature Films 1941-1950 erroneously lists the release date as 11 February 1949; this is incorrect. This film did not go before the cameras until June 1949; the IMDb release date of 11 February 1950 is correct. See more