Synopsis by Sandra Brennan
In this North western, Indians orphan two boys who are then raised by a Mountie. The boys are different as night and day: one wants to be a Mountie; the other is drawn to gambler. During one unprofitable outing the gambler swears vengeance upon the crooked proprietor of the local casino. Years pass, and the gambler returns to town with his friend, now a Mountie. Again he returns to the gambling establishment to play roulette. There he kills two people forcing his life-long friend to arrest him. The gambler resists and a gun battle ensues. The gambler is killed.
brother, con/scam, conflict, establishment [business], family, gambling, killing, Mountie (Royal Canadian Mounted Police), Native-American, orphan, owner, responsibility, revenge, roulette, town, winner, ranger [military]