Posing as a schoolteacher, undercover government agent Ransome Callicut arrives in 1850's California to gather intelligence about an insurrectionist plot to have the southern part of the state secede to become a slave state. When he discovers a hidden cache of weapons, he reveals his true identity and assumes command of the local army post. Aided by sidekicks Monk Walker and Olaf Swenson he battles political assassination and other intrigues to unmask the ringleader of the plot and keep the Golden State in the Union. Written by
Gabe Taverney (firstname.lastname@example.org)
An Easy-Going Gent with Deadly Guns...and a Reputation to Match!
Did You Know?
The film is set in 1850s. Most, if not all, of the firearms employed in the film post-date the American Civil War (1861-1865). Examples include Colt Single-Action Army revolvers and various lever-action rifles that first appear in the 1870s. See more
[During a stagecoach robbery
Lady, you may be a schoolteacher, but I like your spirit. In fact, I'll like you as soon as I pick up a little currency here. You and I are going for a horseback ride.
I would be if I passed you up.
Features San Antonio
Some Sunday Morning
Music by M.K. Jerome
and Ray Heindorf
Lyrics by Ted Koehler See more