Bill Hawks and Charlie Wooster discover a broken down wagon and an injured man, a sea captain named Abel Weatherly. Hawks and Wooster help the captain, but when Hawks is nearly killed by the captain during a violent nightmare Weatherly decides it is time to tell the men his story. He tells how a young man named Michelangelo Fratelli joined his crew. A talented artist who believed all men were brothers. How the two became friends. How his ship wrecked and the two became stranded on a lonely island. And how, finally, tragically, he killed his friend when he believed Fratelli was trying to kill him, only to discover Fratelli may have been trying to save him. Now, driven by the desire to know the truth, Weatherly is following a clue to a nearby town, a clue which hints Fratelli may not have died on that lonely island.
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The opening credits order has Frank McGrath (I) before Terry Wilson (I). During the closing credits, their credit order is reversed. See more