Cheyenne is a drover who comes to town to sell cattle. Outside town his cattle runs down a blind woman who sees much more than she lets on. She tries to make it on her own as a singer but falls for a less than respectful gambler.

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Cheyenne is driving 3000 head of cattle to market to sell to Nathan Alston in Galesburg who also owns a successful casino, the Golden Horseshoe. Near town a thunderstorm causes the cattle to stampede. They trample a wagon carrying a blind woman Constance Mason and her maid Cleo. Cheyenne has his men fix the wagon and accompanies them to town. He learns she is an accomplished singer so he tells her he knows of a respectable job in Wichita at a church leading a choir. However, Constance wants to be independent and upon learning about Alston's casino she obtains a job there singing against the wishes of Cheyenne. There she runs into Tony Chance who is a gambler along with his partner Joe. After losing big, he sees Constance as an easy mark for a stake to restart his gambling. She falls for his story of love but comes to regret it. During a robbery Alston is killed and Cheyenne is arrested for it but he feels he can prove who did it - if he can get out of jail. Written by Anonymous

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5 November 1962 (USA)  »

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