I usually find myself agreeing with everything "Capt Spinthrift" and "Spike" say about westerns, but I can only partly agree with them over this later Skip Homeier (oops! Sorry...) Audie Murphy picture. The Optimum release is a very good print Ratio 1.85:1, which benefits from excellent location work after the first 20 mins shot on Universal's backlot. Sadly, for me, the plot is far too cliched and not in a good way. You could almost be watching "Posse From Hell" (am I the only one who found this one pretty nasty?), with it's mismatched characters in the Posse after Darren McGavin. From the moment Audie walks into the saloon and ther are Skip and Berkley Harris sneer5ing and laughing at him you just know...We had to have the obligatory Apaches too, which, while the attacks are well done, don't really add to the plot.For a duration of only 77' I still found myself hoping for a better film. However...never be completely negative... Murphy is good as always and the support cast is fine-Skip (why so prominent on front cover), Alan Hale Jnr, George Tobias, Ed Platt, and almost w/o parts for Mort Mills, Ray Teal and Bob Steele, all add to the western feel. Sadly all the women come off badly, but again I blame the writers. Whatever haqppened to Ruta Lee? I know I have only given this 3 stars, and that's because out of the many hundreds of westerns I've watched, this just ain't the best, but recomended for Audie fans I guess, and fans of Skippy of course.