Approved | | Western
A gunfighter is hired to clean up a wild frontier town, but there are forces afoot who want to keep the town as wide-open as it is.
Director Lesley Selander would make Arizona Bushwhackers (1968) three years later, narrated by a (semi) retired James Cagney. In this movie, Cagney's sister, Jeanne Cagney, plays the tough restaurant owner. He did the narration on "Bushwhackers" as a favor to A.C. Lyles, the producer of both this film and "Bushwhackers", who was a longtime friend. Pat O'Brien, also a longtime friend of both Cagney and Lyles, is also in this film.
Next time you feel in need of exercise go out and tackle a Montana grizzly bear. He won't maul you as much as Flon.
Tom Rosser: Flon won't touch me again. I'll shoot him down if he makes another threatening move.
Tom Rosser: No thanks.
Doctor Kent: Now you know the worst. I drink.
Mayor Charlie Leach: How's he...
Susan Tavaner's (Terry Moore) hair was so modern, and the lipstick color definitely 1960s.