Carl Crandall dies leaving his entire estate including a ranch next to Shiloh to Lorna Marie Marshall. Lorna receives a telegram from Judge Craig notifying her of the inheritance. Lorna and her friend Belle Stephens sell their saloon in Wichita and leave for Medicine Bow. They had discussed selling the ranch and taking the money to move to San Francisco. Once reaching Medicine Bow and meeting the Judge and other residents Lorna decides to try the life of a lady rancher as she enjoys being treated as a respectable lady. In a codicil Crandall has asked Lorna to donate money including $200 to Trampas for his help. When her foreman quits, she asks Trampas to take over until she can find a replacement. John Grainger and Trampas agree to the request plus Trampas is quite attracted to Lorna. They transition into the new life including going to church and joining the Ladies Aid Society. The two ladies come to enjoy their new life until Roy Kane a petty criminal arrives threatening their new ...
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In the opening credits, Joan Collins is billed as "Guest Star" while Rose Marie is billed as "Special Guest Star." That may seem odd today, but in 1967, the latter was considered the bigger name, as she had just finished five seasons on the enormously successful "The Dick Van Dyke Show." See more