Tragedy, amnesia, and romance take center stage in this western tale of family feuds. The Dikkons and the Quinces have always been mortal enemies. Now, Barney Quince is the soul survivor of his clan, and he is determined to pay the Dikkons back for the wrongs done to his family. But after falling off his horse, he loses his memory and common sense, finding himself at the mercy of his enemies. The Dikkons are faced with the problem that they can't harm this enemy who can now do them no harm. Their moral dilemma is deepened when a romance blossoms between Barney and Louise Dikkons.
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