When their daughter runs away from the wagon train, the Hamiltons hire Flint to bring her back. With renegades in the area, he soon discovers how spoiled Maggie really is and they still manage to make it back in one piece.
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At camp Margaret Hamilton (Maggie) decides to run off during the evening during another tantrum. She and her parents are from the city with no experience in the west. Maggie has a long history of running away since being a child. The next morning her dad reports her missing to Adams who sends Bill to bring back Flint who has seen signs of a small party of renegades drinking. Maggie becomes lost leaving signs for anyone following her. The renegades find her sign and capture her while finding she is a hand full and literally bites the hand that feeds her. Flint finds the trail catching the group while they sleep except for Sam Bass who frees Maggie thinking she is going to "cooperate" with him. Cherkee Ned hears Sam leave camp and follows him. He kills Sam while Flint knocks out Ned. Maggie takes Flint's horse while he steals one from the renegades and runs off the rest of their horses. He catches up with Maggie who fell off the horse. She still acts like a spoiled kid even after Flint ... Written by