A gunslinger attempts to hang up his hardware and help his younger brother raise cattle. The local attorney, whose brother the gunslinger shot in a fair fight, is determined to swindle the men out of their ranch by preventing a supply deal with the railroad, then using his bodyguard to bushwhack the younger brother.
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The entire 75 minute film was shot in only five days. See more
At the end of the film, John Smith's character's shirt is unbuttoned half way down. A few seconds later, it is buttoned up again. Finally, at the very end, his shirt is completely unbuttoned and pulled wide open, yet there's no reason for it that's depicted on screen. See more
Let me lay it out for you. You killed my brother... before I'm done with you, you'll wish it were the other way around. I'm going to make you a mark for every trigger-happy punk. I'm going to push you off the land, out of town, into the saddle, onto the trail with nothing but your roll and gun. There won't be a town within a thousand miles where the sheriff won't be waiting for you; won't be a town within a thousand miles where you'll be able to rest your head.
Referenced in Shadows