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A representative of the railroad (Karl Hackett) is killed, just before
he can reach Red Rock, & Billy Carson, who knows by chance that the
man wanted to buy land there to build his railroad, goes to Red rock ,
where his friend Fuzzy (Al St.John) is barber, sheriff & justice of
There, he makes the acquaintance of lovely Babs (Dona Dax), who is
fascinated by Billy, & her jealous fiancé Clay (Eddie Hall), who soon
develops quite a grudge against Billy.
But Craig owns exactly the land the railroad wants to buy, & the
onlay man who knows this is Landreau (Charles King), who with his gang has
killed the railroad man & stolen his maps. As Clay doesn't want to
sell him the land though, he rigs up a nice little game of poker, during
the course of hich Clay has some quite bad luck & soon he owes
Landreau a mortgage on the land ...
Now the only thing left to do for Landreau is to engage Clay &
Billy in a mortal duel, to get rid of both the nosey cowboy & the
rightful owner of the land - & shouldn't the duel itself be mortal
enough, that can be helped by a few carefully placed gunmen. ... but of
curse eh hasn't taken into account what a quick draw Billy is & he
immediately shots down the gunman after he can be hit, while Clay is
wounded by another gunman before he has a chance to draw ... the other
gunman Billy shoots as well, then he goes after Landreau, & teaches
him a lesson using his fists before sending him to jail.
In the end, justice of peace Fuzzy marries Babs ... to Clay, &
Billy decides to wander on.
Very mediocre b-Western which, while not bad by both PRC- &
genre-standards on a pure technical level, has rather little to go for it,
it looks like exactly what it is, a Western from the conveyor belt (&
not all Billy Carson-Fuzzy Westerns by Sam Newfield
do look like that).