A Confederate prison is holding the beautiful Sandra Cummings and her partner Luke Moss as spies awaiting execution. One of the younger guards lets the pair out of their cells due to him finding her very seductive. Between her allure and Luke's strength they escape the prison and through the Confederate lines. Years later, singer Sandra Cummings, along with her musical troupe and her daughter Paula join the wagon train when they move to a new town. From the time he first sees Sandra, Coop begins acting strangely, starting a relationship with Paula despite Sandra's excessive objections to her daughter seeing any men. Coop's behavior even starts to alienate Duke and others on the wagon train, and Sandra has her troupe members try to beat Coop up. The reasons for the attitudes of both Coop and Sandra are brought to light later. Written by
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Paula is seen and heard playing a Harmony Stella tenor guitar, manufactured between 1951 and 1962. Tenor guitars were unknown before the late 1920's. See more