James Stewart stars as a railroad man hired to secretly carry a payroll despite his suspected connections to outlaws
Hancock (Gedrick) and Danny (Sutherland) are friends at their North-western high school of Ashville, but soon drift apart after graduation. A couple of years later, and Hancock,a basketball star at school, is soured by his relationship with ex-cheerleader girlfriend (Pollen)and a job with the local police force seems a come down, a compromise from the big dreams he once had. Drifter Danny had disappeared after school, but returns to town with a criminal record and a tattooed wildcat (Ryan) on his arm. Their lives are about to intersect tragically.
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