Continued harrassment by the powerful Warrender family, who want his land for its water rights, leads to the accidental death of Apache Jim Izancho's wife and grandfather. Convinced that an Indian living in Arizona in 1914 can't expect justice to prevail against an influential white man, Jim sets out to take his own revenge.
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