Sergeant Clay Tice a free-wheeling cavalry veteran, clashes with his Sergeant-Major Chambers, a by-the-book disciplinarian. When the Sergeant-Major catches Tyce courting Dulcey at the Wayfarers Inn instead of searching for rustlers with his cavalry patrol, the junior non-com is given a choice of resigning or facing court-martial. Tyce resigns, then rounds up several malcontents from his old troop and stages a kangaroo-court in the Wayfarers Inn with Chambers as the defendant. Written by
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Sgt. Clay Tyce
There's one thing you better learn, Sergeant Major - out here never get in the line of fire.
Sgt. Major Boyd Chambers
Yes, I know. It's the only reason for shooting a man in the back.