Synopsis by Hal Erickson
White-Stetsoned cowboy hero Bill Cody is appointed sheriff by default of a rough-and-tumble cattle-ranch community. The locals suspect that Cody is a fugitive from justice, but he does his job so well that no questions are asked. Eventually he proves his true worth during a cattlemen vs. sheepmen feud, fomented by a greedy third party. Juvenile actor Andy Shuford again co-stars as Cody's young and worshipful saddle pal. For reasons unknown, one fight sequence in Land of Wanted Men devolves into a pie-throwing orgy, suggesting that the producers were trying to broaden the film's appeal.
aristocracy, bad-guy, cattle, cowboy, employment, good-guy, land, lawman, outlaw [Western], peace, property, questioning [police interrogation], ranch, range-war, sheep, sheriff, tycoon