Pat arrives in Paradise, Colorado to collect a gambling debt from a crooked casino owner who doesn't like to pay his debts. He also doesn't like to pay his taxes - until Bat accepts an appointment as the new county tax assessor.
To collect an IOU for $6000 from Walker Hayes, Bat travels to Paradise, Colorado where Hayes owns The Pearly Gates Saloon. When Bat confronts Hayes, he states although he has been "worried" about the debt he doesn't have $6000 but he offers a payment of $500. After Bat asks to inspect Hayes' books, Hayes' henchman Finch tries to pull his gun but is blocked by Bat. However, Bat is almost immediately faced with guns pulled by the rest of the patrons and bartender. Bat decides to leave peaceably but encounters a group beating up one man in the street. Bat stops it aided by the cute and shapely Diane Jansen. The two of them take the man who is the county tax assessor for Domino County across the river. The Sheriff and Diane explain that Hayes dynamited the river to change its route separating Paradise from the county as the river is the county boundary. The issue is in the courts. Diane suggest Bat take the assessor job to access Hayes books and get his money which he decides to do. He ... Written by
Famous as a buffalo hunter, Indian fighter, Army scout, and law man, Bat Masterson blazed his way into the history of the West. But it was a trip to Paradise, Colorado to collect a gambling debt that really meant danger and high adventure in the life of Bat Masterson, the man who became a legend in his own time.
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