The drovers go to town for supplies and some relation. When they see that the saloon and storekeepers are ripping them of with crooked games and bad supplies, they take the saloon apart and get new supplies - plus a saloon singer.
Needing supplies the drovers go to town and to let off some steam. A younger drover Willie Cain takes a strong interest in a beautiful blonde, Judy Hall, learning she sings at Lola's - the saloon. The men are entranced by her singing. However, the drinks are watered, the games are crooked, the girls steal money and when Rowdy has Wishbone check the supplies, they find they are bad. They take the saloon apart and force the store owners to replace the supplies. As they load the wagon, they here screams. Rowdy stops Lola and friends from tar and feathering Judy who they think told on the town. The men take her to their camp and Favor gives her a job helping Wishbone. Willie tries to force his attentions on her but she rebuffs him with Rowdy's help. She helps Rock learn how to write his wife when the men tease him. Willie's jealousy leads to Rock's death. They learn Judy is a wealthy heiress giving Willie the idea for him and Joe to kidnap Judy for ransom. Favor is sent for the money but ... Written by
"Incident at Spider Rock" stars green eyed blonde Susan Oliver as Judy Hall, latest singing talent at Lola's Saloon, who loses her job when a skirmish breaks out due to Lola's thieving ways. Forced to accompany Gil Favor's cattle drive, Judy bristles at Favor's commanding personality, and drives the men to distraction in retaliation. Rowdy takes a fancy to her, and so does devoted husband Rock (Lon Chaney), who proudly boasts that he writes his wife every day, only to be ridiculed by the others for his illiteracy. Willie Cain (James K. Best) also takes an interest in the girl, especially when her true identity is revealed, being the daughter of one of the country's richest men. Both appearing in one of their last television roles are Chaney, who gets a nice death scene, and Mary Beth Hughes, who plays Lola. Susan Oliver will always be best remembered as the green skinned dancing girl from STAR TREK's pilot episode, "The Cage."
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