Jeff Curtis (Rod Cameron), a wagon-master on his way to accept the job of leading a pioneer train from Joplin, Missouri to the Oregon territory, picks up Ben Wilkins (Michael Chapin), a young boy who has run away from the train because train captain Cyrus Cook (Frank Ferguson) wouldn't allow him to take his dog on the trip. He meets Ben's sister, Ann (Peggy Castle), and this leads to a conflict with Cook's nephew, Clay (Henry Brandon), who has his own plans for Ann that does not include her kid brother and his dog. The trip west has a lot of problems, mostly Indian raids by a tribe who are buying rifles from two members of the wagon train. Which two? Rest assured it ain't the kid and his dog.
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When CHEYENNE TERROR Swept The Plains!
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The courage and strength of the men and women who settled the United States in the westward movement of the Nineteenth Century has become an honored and legendary part of our history. The pioneering spirit of these people, remarkable as it was could not have proved so effective without direction and guidance. A handful of men, known as wagonmasters, made it their business to guide pioneer families westward across the mountains and the plains. Whatever their motive might have been in choosing ...
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