A young gaucho deserts his army sentence and becomes a bandit leader in 1870s Argentina, making him an outlaw and enemy number one to a former commanding officer hell bent on bringing him to justice.
Producer/writer Philip Dunne adapted the screenplay of WAY OF A GAUCHO from the novel by Herbert Childs. Largely filmed on location in Argentina, this is the story of Martin (Rory Calhoun), a freewheeling gaucho of the 1870s. Resenting the incursions of civilization, Martin accidentally kills a man while asserting his independence. To avoid a prison sentence, he signs up with the army, but soon deserts to form an outlaw band. Salinas (Richard Boone), Martin's former commanding officer, makes it his mission in life to bring Martin to justice. Gene Tierney co-stars as socialite Teresa, who stands by Martin through thick and thin.
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