Killer Jay Wrecken is shot dead by Kitty and another man, at the same time, and now the dead man's brother is methodically murdering everyone connected to the incident.

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(as Calvin Clements)
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Cord Wrecken
Joe Silver ...
Beal Brown
Richard O'Brien ...
Carter
Angus Duncan ...
Jay Wrecken
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Sheriff Crane (as Regis J. Cordic)
Eddie Ryder ...
The Undertaker
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Drummer
Reid Cruickshanks ...
Mr. Denton
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Liveryman
Danil Torppe ...
Alf (as Danil Torpe)
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Killer Jay Wrecken is shot dead by Kitty and another man, at the same time, and now the dead man's brother is methodically murdering everyone connected to the incident.

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27 October 1972 (USA)  »

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Kitty's life is in danger when a man come to revenge his brother's death
11 January 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Kitty is trading stagecoaches at a rest stop outside Dodge. She has been harassed by this man nearly all the way and was happy to get away from him. However the stage connection is late and she has to wait with the man till her stage appears. The person working the rest stop named Beal Brown tells Kitty that the man is an outlaw named Jay Wrecken and he is a wanted man. While the man tries to put moves on Kitty she resorts to finding a back room. Jay Wrecken then opens the door going after Kitty when two shots ring out. Brown and Kitty both have fired their gun and killed Jay Wrecken. Brown for the money and Kitty for self-defense.

There is a large reward for the killing of Jay Wrecken but Kitty wants nothing of the money. Brown however wants the money and advises to send it to Dodge under the name anonymous.

Into town comes Cord Wrecken, the brother of the dead man, posing as a reporter to take revenge on everyone that had anything to do with his brothers death. With the false identity it is easy for Cord to get information. With nearly everyone that knew anything about the death already killed, Ms Kitty stand alone as the last one left. Matt knows that Cord Wrecken is in town but no one knows what he actually looks like. Kitty's life is in imminent danger.

Steve Forrest is again wonderful as the person revenging his brother's death. With his semi-grin-look he is excellent as the one stalking the unsuspecting victims. Plus when we think the crisis is over when find that it has just only begun. A good watch that was interesting to the end.


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