An aging Captain Woodrow Coll has given up ranching and returned to his old profession of Texas Ranger on the trail of a sadistic cold-blooded young, blue-eyed, fair-haired Mexican murderer who not only robs trains but takes pleasure in brutally killing all in his path. Written by
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Bracketsville, Texas, which stands in for Laredo, is a very dry area, whereby Laredo had a lot of greenery due to its proximity to the river. See more
Streets of Laredo
(a.k.a. "The Cowboy's Lament") (uncredited)
American folk song
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