A highly organized outlaw gang has robbed banks, trains and stagecoaches throughout southern Arizona. When Marshal Fry learns that four of the West's most notorious outlaws - Billy the Kid,... See full summary »

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Allen Case ...
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Ike Clanton (as Chas. E. Fredericks)
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A highly organized outlaw gang has robbed banks, trains and stagecoaches throughout southern Arizona. When Marshal Fry learns that four of the West's most notorious outlaws - Billy the Kid, Curly Bill Brocius, Ike Clanton and Johnny Ringo - have dropped out of sight, he fears that they have joined forces. Clay McCord stumbles upon a clue to the gang's whereabouts and, using a pair of homing pigeons, hopes to communicate their location to Simon Fry before their next raid. Written by David Bassler

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14 November 1959 (USA)  »

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[Simon sticks another colored pin into his map of Arizona]
Marshal Simon Fry: It's getting closer to home, Clay.
Jordan: Just what is all that, Mr. Fry.
Marshal Simon Fry: Everyone of them beads is a different job done by the same gang - red's for trains, white's for banks, green is for stages. I've been checkin' them out. Seems like the big operators like Ringo, Brocius and Billy the Kid haven't been seen in the usual places lately.
Jordan: What does that mean?
Marshal Simon Fry: Well, it don't mean they're dead or we'd have heard and knowin' them varmints like I do...
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