Approved | | Action, Romance, Western
The daughter of famous outlaw Belle Starr arrives at the town where her mother was murdered to find her killer.
First film in which Ruth Roman was given star billing. This was the first time her name appeared above the title.
Marshal Tom Jackson:
You're not only new, but you're fresh.
At Belle's house Bob shoots her as she's about to go out of the door and her ranch foreman by the fire place. A little later Mike goes into the house looking for them and while Belle's still by the door but the foreman is now in the middle of the room by the table.
Foreword: In the late 80's, one of the West's great battles against banditry was deadlocked. A truce was reached between the town of Antioch and Belle Starr, the bandit queen of nearby Cherokee Flats. Antioch's marshal agreed not to invade the outlaw territory of Cherokee Flats, if Belle Starr kept her gunmen out of Antioch. It was, at best, an uneasy truce.