Indians attack a wagon train killing everyone except a young baby boy. 24 years later the boy, now known as Little Buffalo, becomes involved in outlaws attempt to get the Carr ranch. Then have cheated Carr's son at cards causing him to run up a big debt and then forced him to sell his father's cattle that he doesn't own. When they try to take the cattle, Little Buffalo and his braves go into action. Written by
Maurice VanAuken <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Did You Know?
At the movie's screening after its completion, producer Willis Kent
determined that the film was so badly made as to be unreleasable. Since director J. Frank Glendon
had not shown up for the screening and was nowhere to be found, Kent turned to stunt coordinator Yakima Canutt
--who was the only person besides Kent to show up for the screening--and asked him to re-shoot the picture. According to Canutt, he re-shot virtually the entire film, but because of contractual technicalities could not receive credit for it. See more