Synopsis by Brian Gusse
Star Reb Russell was an all-American football player who tried to make it as a movie cowboy. There were three things standing in his way -- he couldn't act, he couldn't ride, and, even worse, he signed up with ultra-low-budget producer Willis Kent. After a series of westerns that went from bad, to worse, to atrocious, Russell faded from the scene. In this opus, he plays The Cheyenne Kid, who steps in when a group of cattlemen try to drive a sheepherder and his family off their own land.
bad-guy, cowboy, good-guy, rustler