Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Gambler From Natchez is one of a group on non-Cinemascope films released by 20th Century-Fox's Panorama Pictures subsidiary. Dale Robertson stars as a 19th century adventurer who returns to his home town of New Orleans, only to find that his father has been killed for allegedly cheating at cards. The father's disgrace trickles down to Robertson, and soon he, too, is an outcast. Grimly determined to clear his name, our hero methodically tracks down the three reprobates responsible for his father's death, intending to ruin them by any means available. Gambler From Natchez boasts two leading ladies: Debra Paget plays a spitfire swamp girl, while Lisa Daniels is a more socially respectable heroine.
bad-guy, con/scam, cowboy, family-member, father, gambling, good-guy, gunfighter, justice, killing, revenge, shoot-out, son, tracking [following], traveling