Clay comes upon two men engaged in a terrific brawl. After he separates them, he learns that each claims he is a lawman and that the other is a notorious outlaw who is his prisoner. Later, in town, he learns that one of the men is Nora's brother-in-law.

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Clay Culhane
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Clay comes upon two men engaged in a terrific brawl. After he separates them, he learns that each claims he is a lawman and that the other is a notorious outlaw who is his prisoner. Later, in town, he learns that one of the men is Nora's brother-in-law.

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2 May 1959 (USA)  »

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A woman's view
12 December 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Clay comes upon two men fighting. They both claim to be a lawman bringing in a prisoner. Both men are very convincing, and its up to Clay to figure out who's telling the truth.

There's another issue with Nora. One of the men (Ben Travers, (played by James Best), is her brother-in-law. Nora is a bit taken aback by her relative.

Clay and Marshal Scott go back and forth about who is the real deputy. I was a bit surprised at the answer! In the end, two men died and one was wounded. The only jail time anybody served was when both men were in jail until Clay and Scott could figure out who was who!


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