3 October 2020 | SnoopyStyle
Five white bandits massacre a native family. One woman, Jemme, is taken alive. The criminals find some gold nuggets with the family's belongings and demand more from their prisoner. Pitcalin is taken with her. One Indian brave returns from hunting to find the massacre and follows in pursuit.
This is a western B-movie. It features Hollywood legend Joel McCrea and his son Jody. They actually represent the first problem of the movie. They play the same character with Joel starting off as the character's older self. It's not clear enough that Jody is the younger self. It shouldn't be that hard but the filmmaking is obviously not good enough. The second issue is Jody's acting ability and charisma. He doesn't have it. He is just a shadow of his father. He needs to do some heavy lifting but he doesn't have the acting muscles. He needs to make a villain appealing. The writing isn't there either and it's not all his fault. Some of it gets really slow even if it's only 82 minutes. This is a B-movie and a weaker one at that.