Audio is a bit mushy and soft, with lots of tape hiss. Physician to indian and white man alike, it’s Doc Sixgun.
Pablo the travelling Gypsy tells how he came along a singing cowboy on the trail. Fred Garth has been working down in Texas, and besides looking for work in the area, he’s worried that he may have killed a man. Will Pablo be able to ask around town to test the waters for Fred? Doc is called out of bed to tend to victims at the scene of a bank robbery. Does Fred have anything to do with the violence?
Pablo was sure the cowboy isn’t the type to have done sucfsh a thing, could he be wrong? Fred sits in jail, but the situation bothers Doc as well. What can he do about it?
Court is in session, and though the jury isn’t in favor of it, the judge feels it’s his duty to the law to sentence Fred to hang for murder. Doc visits Fred in his cell to see why the man is hiding something. He has killed a man in the past, in a drunken brawl and fair fight. Why is Fred throwing away his future with his gal, Judy? There’s still a clue, and Doc takes Pablo with him to visit Fred’s mom, Mrs Garth. Will it be enough to stop the wheels of justice? As Doc tries to plead with the hanging party, Pablo rushes in on his horse with the evidence to turn the case upside down.