A gang of outlaws are planning a bank robbery. After making preparations, they commit the robbery and make their escape amidst a sharp exchange of bullets. They return to their meeting place, and then hurriedly continue onwards, with lawmen close behind them. Written by
Did You Know?
One of the few instances where actors playing the lawmen and the robbers actually were the lawmen and the robbers: William Tilghman
was a famous and respected U.S. marshal on the Oklahoma frontier; Al J. Jennings
was a convicted train robber who took up acting after having been released from prison; Frank Canton
was a widely feared gunfighter; Heck Thomas
was a legendary sheriff; Quanah Parker
was the son of an Indian father and a white mother who led several Indian revolts. See more