Kicked out of one town, jailed for running a con in the next, Bret's luck turns when a sultry waitress eases him out of stir to work as a spotter in a casino. A cattle drive's heading to Bent Fork, so the casino's soon jammed with drunken cowpokes raring to cheat at cards and start shooting. Bret's sharp benefactor Molly proves an alluring mystery: why's she staying in the hottest, driest town in the West, since she has two quick-tempered suitors already, the straight-arrow sheriff and a bank clerk? Written by
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The title is based on the firearms' term "blank blank range" which is the minimum effective range for a firearm or in forensics a shot that is fired at about three feet or one meter with the firearm not in physical contact with its target. See more
[after watching Bret ride into town and enter a saloon
Jed, is he one of the Bar T hands?
No, never seen him before.
Sweet Betsy from Pike
Written by John A. Stone
Whistled by James Garner See more