Dave Saunders and his sidekick Chito, cowhands looking for work, arrive in Sundown Valley, Wyoming just in time to stop sheep ranch foreman Jess Rawlins from lynching cattleman Tug Caldwell. Rawlins seems set on starting a range war; but why? Before Dave and Chito can find out, they must convince Chris Marvin, Rawlins's attractive boss, that he's no good...and get out from under a framed murder charge. Written by
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TIM BLASTS HIS WAY INTO TRIGGER-TROUBLE! Sheepmen vs. cattlemen in a feud-to-death...and no justice but the lyncher's rope!
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Did You Know?
Western fans will notice that this movie offers a unique slant on the old "cattle men versus the sheep herders" story. In Storm over Wyoming the cattle men are willing to live peacefully with the sheep herders, but the boss of the big sheep ranch is a ruthless man willing to kill his own henchmen when they fail to help him drive away the cattle ranchers. The credit for this wonderful reversal in a typical western story is screenwriter Ed Earl Repp who worked from 1944 to 1957, a thirteen year career which included contributions to 49 westerns. See more
WHILE STROLLING THROUGH THE PARK ONE DAY
Written by Ed Haley and Robert A. Keiser (1884)
Sung by Betty Underwood See more