Approved | | Action, Drama, Romance
In Tulsa, after a rancher dies during a feud with a major oil company, his daughter, driven by revenge, starts digging for oil herself.
The two tall buildings seen in the Tulsa city skyline behind the title are the Philtower Building at 427 S. Boston Ave. on the left, and the National Bank of Tulsa Building at 320 S. Boston Ave. on the right. Both are featured in closer shots later in the opening credits.
He's a mighty big man, got a lot of scalps. I wouldn't like to see yours among 'em.
Although the bulk of the story takes place in the early to mid-1920's, all of Susan Hayward's and Lola Albright's hairstyles and clothing, as well as those of the other female members of the cast, are strictly 1948.
Opening Card: To the governor and the people of Oklahoma our grateful appreciation for their splendid cooperation in the production of this motion picture.