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A forger has made a copy of a Spanish land grant and Arnold is after it. Arnold and his men attack, shoot the forger, and take the deed while Russ tries unsuccessfully to stop them. Arnold presents it at the recorders office. It appears authentic and he starts evicting ranchers from their land. But Russ knows something is wrong as one of Arnold's men was a man he fought with during the attack. —Maurice VanAuken <email@example.com>
saw the film today (6-4-02)- positive comments
I love the old B&W Westerns, and this is one of the better ones. The plot is unusual for the genre, and the action is continuous. Tim Holt gets the girl at the end, and the bad guys are sent to prison. I would like to have seen the bad guys receive more punishment from Tim Holt and his crew. The main baddie, Harry Wood, was dropped by Tim with one punch. I would have preferred to see Mr. Wood suffer a more severe penalty than a simple knockdown. Seeing the bad guys receive their deserved comeuppance is the best part of the movie!
- Jun 4, 2002
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