Flash Purdue incites the ranchers by accusing the Benson family of murder. They are warned in time and cross the border to safety. Muley Benson however stays and joins the rodeo circuit. Five years later he gets a request to return. Arriving he is made a prisoner by Flash who now plans to kill him for having shot him in the ear earlier when he called the Benson's murderers. Written by
Maurice VanAuken <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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When the vigilantes are leaving the Griswald house at the beginning of the film, a strong shadow of the boom mic falls across several of them as they pass through the gate toward the camera. See more