A young woman teaches herself to become a sharpshooter so she can hunt down the three men who murdered her parents. She finds a sheriff who is willing to help her track them down.

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(as Richard H. Bartlett)

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Cast

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Karen Marshall, alias Kate Masters (as Peggy Castle)
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Marshal Dan Corbin
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Bess
Earle Lyon ...
Ben Ivers
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'Big Mike' Dougherty
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Jud Ivers
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Doc McGinnis
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Jenny Ivers
Susan Lang ...
'Target' Saloon Girl
Norman Jolley ...
Gruber
Kit Carson ...
Pete
Arvo Ojala ...
Ivers' Henchman
Earl Hansen ...
Earl
Ben Cameron ...
Ivers' Henchman
David Tomack ...
Ivers' Henchman
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Storyline

Trick-shot artist Kate Masters, billed as "The Two-Gun Lady" begins an engagement at "Big Mike" Dougherty's saloon, and immediately arouses the jealousy and suspicion of his sweetheart, Bess. Among those attracted to Kate are Dan Corbin, a U. S. Marshal posing as a drifter, and Ben Ivers, outlaw son of crooked town-boss Jud Ivers. Ben has returned to hide his loot from the robbery of a federal bank. Kate learns that the Ivers were the men who had killed her father and mother and burned their house years ago. She tell Corbin and he heads for the Ivers' ranch to arrest Ben. Meanwhile, Ben is heading for the saloon for a showdown, fast-draw shootout with Kate. Written by Les Adams <longhorn1939@suddenlink.net>

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SHE had other weapons besides guns ... AND USED THEM! See more »

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Western

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15 October 1955 (USA)  »

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Koston käsi  »

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The film's heavies (Lyon, MacDonald and Jolley) are all played by members of the production staff. See more »

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Michael Medved needs to see this one
3 July 2000 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Amazing what will make it into release sometimes. This one ranks with anything that Ed Wood ever put together. Marie Windsor walked into a shot that she was not in and scurried off. It's in the finished film. Even the usually reliable B stalwart Robert Lowery comes off like an amateur. Fun to see in a theater full of college students.


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