Not Rated | | Drama, Western
When a posse captures three men suspected of killing a local farmer, they become strongly divided over whether or not to lynch the men.
"The Screen Guild Theater" broadcast a 30-minute radio adaptation of the movie on September 18, 1944 with William Eythe reprising his film role.
Deader than a Payute's grave!
At the very end of the movie when Art and Gil get on their horses, you can see that Art steps up on something with his right foot, before he puts his other foot into the stirrup. In the next shot there is nothing for him to have stepped on.
At the end of the credits an ad for U.S. war savings bonds is shown on the screen. It says that "15,000 movie theatres are now selling U.S. war savings stamps and bonds! Buy yours in this theatre."
Red River Valley
Played at the beginning and end of the film as well as at the camp site prior to the hanging
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