Jess responds to a letter for Slim from T.J. Patterson who needs help. After a reception of lead, Jess learns Patterson wanted Slim to recover stage line money stolen from him. He reluctantly agrees to help as Patterson helped Slim before.

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Jonesy (credit only)
Robert Crawford Jr. ...
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Gloria Patterson
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Warren Gallagher
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T.J. Patterson
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Tom Mannering
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Rick
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Sally Mannering
Ron Hayes ...
Gallagher Henchman (as Ronald Hayes)
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Jess Harper travels to Patterson Ranch for Slim Sherman and finds himself up to his gun belt in trouble. T.J. Patterson owns the stage line and he's been robbed of money that belongs to the company. The thief is Tom Mannering, the man his daughter Gloria loves and the loss of the money could ruin the stage line. Jess refuses the job to track Mannering to Alta Mesa until he finds out that Slim has an obligation to Patterson. He grudgingly accepts the job but enemies dog his trail and Gloria Patterson is following so that he doesn't gun down Mannering. Also on Mannering's trail is the man that he was supposed to give Patterson's money to. Gloria and Jess are finding that they are attracted to each other but it complicates the chase until they catch up with Mannering and Gloria get her eyes opened to the real Tom Mannering. Mannering's partner wants the money and he doesn't care who he kills to get it, including Jess Harper. Written by DarSpi

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23 February 1960 (USA)  »

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Jess Harper is ambushed by Rick, the Patterson ranch hired gun, who has just been fired by Mr. Patterson. He takes several shots at Jess with a Winchester rifle taking very careful aim. Not one round even grazes Jess or his horse. The distance from Jess, who is riding his horse slowly in the middle of a narrow road, to Rick who is standing at the edge of the trees that line the road could not have been more than eight to ten feet at best. See more »

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