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A woman and two children are kidnapped by Apaches. The husband of the captured woman enlists the help of his neighbor to find the Apaches that seized his family; not knowing his neighbor has unknown reasons of his own for helping him.
Glenn Ford gave a great performance in his last Western and made this a great film to view. Glenn naturally was getting older and played the role of a Sheriff who was investigating a series of cattle being stolen which involved the Army Calvary and the Mexican people were being blamed for this stealing. Kirby Frye, (Cody Glenn) got himself involved with this cattle stealing which occurred on his property and Kirby brought into town two Mexican men he was able to catch in the act. The local town folks decided to make Kirby a Deputy Sheriff, in order to create better law and order for their town. However, this local town decides to form a city council that will take the law into their own hands. I was surprised to see some very sexy love making scenes by Edith Hanassin, (Charlene Tilton) who was married to an older man who loved her very much, but her needs was for a young man. This is not the greatest Western, but it certainly was very different and funny at times.
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