Approved | | Romance, Western
In Texas, drifter Cruze becomes the marshal of the town of Marlpine but he must face the murderous Moran brothers alone when the scared town refuses to back him up.
In Uruguay, as other countries in Latin America, this film was released in black and white.
You're just like the people in the last town. They wanted law and order too, but they didn't have the guts to back it up.
Dorothy Malone's hair and wearing men's clothing are anachronisms.
Opening credits: The history of any frontier region . . . such as the great expanses of the new State of Texas . . . . offered many examples of the strange way in which a few men of great evil could dominate whole communities of well-meaning, but passive citizens . . .
. . . And examples, too, of men of a different breed . . . men who rode out alone for law and order, with badges on their vests and handcuffs in their pockets . . . playing a lone gun against great odds.