Synopsis by Jeaniff Dorset
An ex-convict turned sheriff's deputy must face his guilty conscience, which is obsessed with his identity change following a million-dollar heist. With a notoriously troubled production history, this Canadian picture was shot in 1979 and sat on the shelf for half a decade, until Orson Welles had died. In the credits, the name of the director -- Selig Usher -- is a pseudonym for both George McCowan and Zale Magder.
assumed-identity, conscience, deputy, guilt, con/scam, disguise, ex-convict, identity, loot, parade, robbery, sheriff, small-town, town