|Directed by||Joseph Pevney|
|Produced by||Joseph Prevney|
|Written by||Bob Barbash|
|Narrated by||Jeff Chandler|
|Music by||Leonard Rosenman|
|Editing by||Tom McAdoo|
|Distributed by||Allied Artists|
|Release dates||November 5, 1960|
|Running time||94 mins.|
Unruly cowboys Rondo, Jeb, Mule and Davy ride into town. They can't pay for their drinks, so Sheriff McCauley jails them for a night. Then they refuse to pay clerk Ellie Walters at the general store, and take rooms at Kate Miller's hotel.
The rancher Sam Christy is asked for help. He is a Civil War hero, but has lost an arm and is tired of fighting. When the cowboys beat up the saloon keeper and McCauley is killed by Jeb, however, Sam offers to do what he can.
He is ambushed by the cowboys at the ranch, beaten and his horses stolen. Ellie tends to him and they kiss. In town, Davy is upset by what's happening and wants the cowboys to leave. Ellie is attacked by Rondo, who then comes at Sam with a knife. Ellie shoots him. Sam then kills Mule in a fight and shoots the fleeing Jeb. He allows the remorseful Davy to leave town.
- Jeff Chandler as Sam Christy
- John Saxon as Rondo
- Dolores Hart as Ellie Walters
- Marsha Hunt as Kate Miller, Hotel Owner
- Jay C. Flippen as Sheriff McCauley