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A famous female sharpshooter arrives in town for a saloon engagement. But her real agenda is revenge. Years earlier as a girl of thirteen, she watched Jud Ivers and his sons steal her family's farmland. Her father killed one Ivers boy while defending the land, before being killed by Ivers Sr.. Her mother was shot in the back by Ivers' other son Ben. Accompanied by her manager (Joe Besser), Kate is determined to make her own justice with the Ivers family, even if it means going around a U. S. Marshall (William Talman).

Joe Besser costars in a comic relief/pathos role as Kate's mentor, an alcoholic medicine show peddler, who with his late sharpshooter wife, raised the young girl after Ivers killed her family.

Costar Robert Lowery is best remembered for playing Gotham City's Caped Crusader, in the Columbia serial BATMAN AND ROBIN (1949).

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Joe Besser (Solo)
Release Date
October 15, 1956
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Feature Film
75 min.

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