After serving three years in prison, an outlaw (Philip Carey) with the "Hole In The Wall" gang lead by Butch Cassidy (Gene Evans) and the Sundance Kid (William Bishop) decides to go straight. He returns to his hometown and his girl (Martha Hyer) who has been waiting for him. But the town doesn't trust him and Butch and Sundance are plotting a robbery of the town bank. Directed by Fred F. Sears (EARTH VS. THE FLYING SAUCERS), this B western programmer has enough twists and turns to hold your attention right through to the end and its feminist finale. Although it incorporates real outlaws like Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, it's total fiction. Its brief running time of one hour and 12 minutes doesn't allow it to wear out its welcome. Lester White (BABES ON BROADWAY) is responsible for the Technicolor cinematography utilizing the Lone Pine and Bronson Canyon (both in California) locations. With Douglas Kennedy, Roy Roberts and Aaron Spelling.