Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Before turning full time (more or less) to building furniture, George Montgomery enjoyed a modicum of success in foreign films. Montgomery's Outlaw of Red River was lensed in Mexico in 1966, then showed up in a dubbed version in the US a year or so later. The star plays a border lawman of the 1860s, faced with a prickly dilemma. He must rid the Red River territory of the titular outlaw (this much we can gather by the title). The problem: the bad guy is the brother of Montgomery's fiancee.
bad-guy, cowboy, going-straight, good-guy, lawman, one-against-odds, outlaw [Western]