One of the thirteen low-budget westerns produced by A.C. Lyles in the sixties. The premise is a simple one: Sheriff Johnny Reno is heading to a small town in order to see his one-time sweetheart Nona Williams. On the way, he is set upon by two brothers who think he is after them. Forced to shoot one, he captures the other Joe Conners and brings him into town. His prisoner insists he is innocent of the crime the whole town wants him hanged for, and after hearing his story, will Andrews believe him?
On the trail of justice.
Did You Know?
Seventh of 13 low-budget westerns that A.C. Lyles
produced for Paramount on the cheap in the mid-'60s. The advent of the spaghetti Western around the same period effectively killed off these oaters. See more
The movie is set in Indian Territory, but a map of the US on Sheriff Hodges' wall shows the modern (i.e. 20th century) 48 mainland states. See more