Chad Santee heads west to join his brother, Jubal, who supposedly has a large cattle ranch. On the way he meets Rose Fargo and rescues her from the unwanted advances of a gambler, "Blackjack". When Chad and Rose arrive they find that Jubal and his partner, Shawnee, are really rustlers and outlaws. Jubal tries to get Chad to join them but he refuses, and leaves to set up his own homestead with Rose at his side. Later, the repentant Jubal comes to join him. Shawnee, angry at what he considers a double-cross, attacks the brothers with his gang. Written by
Les Adams <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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When the stagecoach gets held up early in the movie, they are on a large dirt road and the team of horses is taken from the coach. As they camp that night, a large rock appears next to the rear wheel of the coach. This is an obvious interior shot much different from the earlier exterior shot. See more
Were you and your brother always that close?
Well, the Sioux got Ma and Pa when we were young. After that, all we had was each other.
Yet you left him for two hitches in the cavalry. Why?
No, Rose, I didn't leave him. There was a split in the trail. He went one way and I went the other.
Remade as Gun Fight