2 April 2004 | Snow Leopard
Has Enough Action to Be Worth Watching
This is not too bad for a B-Western, mostly because it has enough going on to hold your interest despite the low production values. The story is put together from fairly routine plot elements, but it does move along at a reasonable pace, and it packs a fair amount of action into an hour or so.
The story starts with a feud between two mine owners, and has Lash LaRue as a Marshal who comes to help out the local sheriff (Al St. John) try to keep things from getting out of hand. A lot of what follows is fairly predictable, but enough happens to hold your attention. LaRue doesn't do too much besides look tough, but St. John, as usual, offers some amusing moments. Overall, although it really doesn't have many strengths, it doesn't work too badly.