A rider comes in and picks a gunfight with a man he believes to be gunfighter. When he is shot, Favor and the shooter take him to the doctor trapping themselves in town waiting for the Sheriff. A renewed relationship adds fuel to the fire.
Spoiled, callow brother of richest man in the area gets outdrawn and wounded drawing on a notorious fast gun (Jack Jennings) who had tried joining the drive incognito so he could outlive his reputation. Favor and Jennings take him (Little Sam) to town for medical attention and wait at the saloon till the sheriff returns so they can report the self-defense incident. Meanwhile, brother Big Sam shows up threatening revenge. Also involved, by coincidence, is the ex-girl friend of Jennings and current be-aux of of Big Sam -- Kate Merrill, who is hostess-singer at Big Sam's saloon. Little Sam dies from the wounds, and Big Sam organizes a mob to storm the saloon and lynch Jennings. The bloody outcome is a surprise ending I have never seen before.Written by
Take a good look, Talbott. One part iron, six parts lead, one part reputation. Now you're the man who's killed the great Jack Jennings. Take a good look, you're gonna have to live with it the rest of your life. Here's your trophy, it's all you're gonna have.
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