The New Pictures, Jun. 20, 1949

Colorado Territory (Warner) sets long-legged Joel McCrea to work on an old plot in a handsome new location. This time McCrea is an outlawed train robber with a price on his head and the hope in his heart of becoming a simple rancher. Like many a sagebrush Robin Hood, McCrea is bad only because he is good. He stakes a couple of settlers (Dorothy Malone and Henry Hull) to the cost of a new well, and, to feather the nest of a sick buddy, agrees to stick up just one more train. As helpers,...

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