But take heed of the majority of the reviews herein. I have always felt this is an almost forgotten, underated Sturges film. I have had this DVD for 6 months and only just got round to watching it. What a pleasure it was. A terrific DVD transfer, all lovely colour and sound. A somewhat complicated plot, but it roars along for a wonderful 81 mins., with not a frame wasted. The support cast is every western fans dream (John McIntire/Barton Maclane/Jack Lambert/Wilke.Roy Roberts/Ed Platt/Frank Chase, and unbilled, Glen Strange. I felt Harry Morgan actually was quite scary as one of the Welker brothers (the other is Robert Wilke). The whole film is full of Macho posturing with Widmark sneering and belting Donna Reed (As someone who "hated" this film said - She doesn't bear any sign of the blow that would put most people in hospital - well - almost). There are stagecoach chases, gunfights galore, Apaches, Cavalry, Range Wars. The list goes on. Now I am not saying this a perfect film. I am just saying I love it!! William Campbell's character is ridiculous. "Johhny Cool" - Wrong film mate, and his costume also belongs in a parody, not this film. I am not a fan of Widmark, but paradoxically, I find him very watchable. Donna Reed turns in a top perf. even if she looks like she has just come out from makeup thtoughout the entire proceedings. None of that worried me. There are some negative reviews and comments. Fair enough. But for me this a splendid unpretentious "Western". Enjoy it as such.