New Federal marshal Len Merrick saves Tim Keith from lynching at the hands of the Roden clan, and hopes to get him to Santa Loma for trial. Vindictive Ned Roden, whose son Ed was killed, still wants personal revenge, and Tim would like to escape before Ned catches up with him again. Can the marshal make it across the desert with Tim and his daughter? Even if he makes it, will justice be served?
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AN ADVENTURE THAT AVALANCHES FROM THE BULLET-PROOF ROOF OF THE ROCKIES TO THE FIERY DESERT FLOOR! (original print ad - all caps)
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Did You Know?
When Dan Roden escapes into the barn at the end of the film, he is holding only the gun he seizes (having just been brought from jail, he had no weapon). After emptying the gun, he suddenly is seen reloading the weapon and magically now has a gun belt on and a furious gunfight ensues. Where did the gun belt and ammunition come from? See more
Timothy 'Pop' Keith
[In the midst of singing "Down in the Valley"
I never thought I'd be singin' my way to my own trial.
Marshal Len Merrick
[Painfully listening to him continue to sing
Mister, they're trying you for the wrong crime.
Remade as Cheyenne: The Travelers
Down in the Valley
(a.k.a. "Birmingham Jail")
Traditional American folk song
Sung by Walter Brennan
and Virginia Mayo See more