In 1878, the shortest trail West through the Arizona territory passed by the foot of Bailey Mountain. Although the shortest, it also was the most dangerous route because Bailey Mountain was the stronghold of a band of renegade Apache, led by Chief Diablito. A group of land surveyors is attacked and massacred by Diablito's renegade Apache. The Indians abduct Mary Carlyle, the daughter of General Carlyle. As a result of this, Major C. E. Breverly, commandant of the nearby cavalry outpost sends a scout to find prospector and Indian guide Ward Kinsman. Kinsman is secretly mining for gold near Bailey Mountain, under the nose of Chief Diablito. At the cavalry outpost, Major Breverly requests Kinsman's assistance in saving Mary Carlyle from the Apache. Mary's sister, Ann Duverall, also demands her sister's immediate rescue but Kinsman, fearing a great loss of troopers in a confrontation with the Apache, refuses. Not being on the army's payroll allows him to refuse assignments. However, he ...Written by
Love and rivalry on a fort where the Apaches are the enemy.
Robert Taylor is a scout, John Hodiak is the captain and Don Taylor is the lieutenant who is in love with another man´s wife. Arlene Dahl is searching for her sister who was captured by an Indian chief called Diablito. Both Taylor and Hodiak are in love with Arlene Dahl, as they leave the fort to attack Diablito and his warriors. Entertaining, action packed western.
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