When tall, blond, young settler Jerry James offers friendship and hospitality to the stranger (played by Evert 'Cherokee' Jackson) who shows up one day. All goes well until Jerry discovers he's harboring a fugitive. The dramatic moments which follow give meaning to the story. Setting is a Western farmyard. Well-directed acting and photography.
In the book Kris, The Physique Photography Of Chuck Renslow, Chuck Renslow has this to say about this film:
"We made this with Cherokee and Jerry James. I don't understand the Cherokee phenomenon. It seemed like every studio in the country photographed him, and we did too, but my, we really sold him. Maybe it's because we were the only studio to put him in leather. Maybe we were the only ones that had him in a movie or not, but the interesting thing about this is, we did a porno section on this movie that we had for ourselves. It didn't last very long because I had to develop all the film myself, and it was color film and so forth. It faded. I think maybe the Kinsey Institute has a copy of it. I think I sent them one. But it was interesting because Cherokee screwed James in our porno version, and didn't think anything of it. Then, lo and behold, Cherokee went down on James in the movie. Wish I still had it. Wish I could say more about it."