Synopsis by Hans J. Wollstein
That favorite old B-Western menace Charles King is at it again in Raiders of Red Gap, the last of PRC's "Lone Rider" Westerns starring Robert Livingston. King plays Jack Bennett, the head of a crooked cattle syndicate attempting to drive away the local ranchers in order to build a packing plant. When Jim Roberts (Edward Cassidy) and his neighbors band together and fight back, Bennett hires dandified gunslinger Butch Crane (Roy Brent) but gets instead dopey Fuzzy Jones (Al St. John) in disguise. Fuzzy, of course, is soon in more trouble than he can handle but, happily, The Lone Rider, alias Rocky Cameron (Livingston) is along for the ride.
bad-guy, cattlemen, conflict, cowboy, evil, gangster, good-guy, homestead, infiltration, land, land-scheme, land-war, power-struggle, ranch, sidekick