Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Fred MacMurray plays the head of an outlaw band trying to escape across the Mexican border. The gang is able to elude the law and to navigate the rough terrain, but the flight comes to a halt in an all-but-deserted desert town. Here MacMurray and company are forced to stave off an Indian attack, during which several of the bandits prove to be less venal than they seem. The buildup to the attack seems to take forever, indicating that the producers may have had High Noon and Gunfight at the OK Corrall. It's likely that Fred MacMurray would have ground out budget westerns for the remainder of his career had not Walt Disney and My Three Sons come along.
bad-guy, bank, bank-robbery, border [geographic], cowboy, encounter, gangster, good-guy, group, manager, Mexico, Native-American, outlaw [Western], posse, robbery, running, sacrifice, town