From the master of the genre comes an authentic western with Native American focus. Jack Dalton was a bitter fugitive from Yankee justice who headed west to make a new life among the Nez Perce Indians. There, surrounded by a savage wilderness of bullets and blood, he found a new purpose through the love of a beautiful woman and the lives of an honorable people.
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