Cattle buyer McCoy has run up gambling debts. When Gene and the other ranchers are ready to sell their cattle, he undercuts his bosses price planning to pocket the profit. The ranchers then try to drive their cattle to another market but McCoy's men set off an explosion and a rancher is killed. Knowing McCoy listens to the horse race results, Gene sets up a phony radio broadcast hoping to trap him.
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The budget (expected cost of production) was exactly $129,808 and the final cost was $129, 132 meaning the film came in under budget. A rarity. See more
Remade as Hills of Oklahoma
from "Le Prophete"
Music by Giacomo Meyerbeer
Arranged by Mort Glickman
and Raoul Kraushaar See more