The Wachupi River winds through a wilderness of austere grandeur in the American West. But after years of bloodshed between white settlers and native Americans defending their ancestral lands, it has earned an ominous nickname: Massacre River.
Guy Madison and Rory Calhoun teamed up in this atmospheric Western to play frontier soldiers stationed near the Wachupi. At first the men are rivals for the affections of two women: their commanding officer's demure daughter and a jaded beauty who arrives in town with a deed to the local hotel. But when warring Indians attack, the rivals become brothers in arms to defend themselves and each other.
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