Cast & Crew
Lightnin' Bob Crandall, known as the fastest gunfighter in Texas, decides to leave the Lone Star state because he is tired of being challenged to gunfights to prove his reputation, and heads for Arizona to become a tenderfoot. He leaves instructions with his friend Travis to tell anyone looking for him that he has died, so when Travis gets a letter from Sheila Shannon in Arizona requesting the aid of the infamous Lightnin' Crandall to help defend her family in a range war, he has no choice but to write back with news of Lightnin's death. Lightnin' adopts an assumed name, Steve, and, by coincidence, arrives in the same Arizona town in which Sheila and her father Wes live. There he learns that Sheila's brother Tommy is on the run from Carson Blaine's men for murdering one of his men, though he killed him in self-defense. Carson Blaine, Wes's rival in the land dispute, tells Sheila that he will call off his men only if she consents to marry him. Meanwhile, in a local saloon, Lightnin' runs into his old friend Parson Durkin, who taught him everything he knows about gunfighting, and learns that Parson is now one of Blaine's men. When Lightnin' announces that he wishes to buy a piece of the disputed land from Wes, Blaine swears revenge. While a gunfight between Shannon's men and Blaine's men ensues, with Lightnin' fighting on Shannon's side, Sheila is at the chapel marrying Blaine because she sees no other way to end the dispute. However, Lightnin', who is victorious in the gunfight, rushes to the chapel, stops the wedding at the last minute and marries Sheila himself.
Frank La Rue
Modern sources list actors Richard Cramer (Outlaw), Ed Carey, Jack C. Smith, Sherry Tansey, Tex Palmer and Art Feliz in the cast.