Arthur Kennedy plays a bank teller in a town where Union sentiment was strong during the late War between the states. Unfortunately he was a person with southern sympathies and is treated pretty badly by a lot of the folks in his town.
One day a couple of brothers who were also Confederates rob the bank and Kennedy takes a bullet. But what the town doesn't know is that these two brothers, Ed Nelson and Richard Rust, rode with Kennedy and were in Elmira Prison with him. Kennedy was an inside man.
I won't say more lest I reveal too much, but what happens afterward is a bit too much to swallow. Also look for nice performances from Robert F. Simon as the sheriff, Jacqueline Scott as Kennedy's wife, and Parley Baer as the town banker.
Definitely not one of the better Zane Greys.
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