While doing a good deed, the title hero has to shoot a man in self defense, and go into hiding. His peace is interrupted when a cattle baron rides into his territory, and decides to settle there. When no locals want to sell, Jared Tetlow turns to murdering the locals with his hired gun Dee Havalik, and starting a range war. Blackjack finds he has to kill the Tetlow gang off one by one, to restore peace in this movie sharing nothing in common with its real-name historical outlaw. Written by
Henry G. Herron <email@example.com>
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Tetlow, if you're so legal you ought to know I can't clear your man, Havalik. Only a coroner can do that - at an official inquest.
Well, under the circumstances, that seems like an unnecessary formality.
Yeah, and I ain't wasting my time listening to some jury tell me a lot of stuff I already know. Besides, Carson got no more lead than he asked for.
Did I hear you refuse to appear before the coroner's jury?
Well, you ain't deaf are you?