Jim Redfern dreams of owning his own cattle ranch and along with his partners Mike Evans and Ling heads off on the Cariboo Trail into the interior of British Columbia. There's a gold rush on and along the way they're joined by old-timer Grizzly Winters, a prospector who hasn't had much luck of late. They soon come up against Frank Walsh whose men stampede their cattle. Evans is severely injured forcing Redfern to amputate his left arm. Evans hates him for that and will have nothing to do with him or his dream of the cattle ranch. Walsh owns the local town making it difficult for Redfern to get re-established. Things begin to go his way when he finds gold.
Fighting mad-meeting trouble with flaming guns.
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Re-release prints were struck in black-and-white, not in the original Cinecolor. See more
Randolph Scott leaves Carson Creek with the citizens chasing him. He rides down a hill, falls, remounts, and while riding across a creek, on a bluff above the creek, someone in a light colored shirt is visible running from left to right. The posse is behind Scott riding back to town, and of the people he soon meets raising the cattle, none of them are wearing a light colored shirt. See more
Oscar 'Grizzly' Winters
Don't ever sneak into a camp like that, neighbor! Not up here in the Gold Country where a feller usually shoots first and buries his mistakes.
Some television prints of this movie are in black and white. The print currently (2005) being shown on Turner Classic Movies is in black and white. See more