|Jack McCall, Desperado|
|Directed by||Sidney Salkow|
|Produced by||Sam Katzman|
|Screenplay by||John O'Dea|
|Story by||David Chandler|
|Edited by||Aaron Stell|
|Distributed by||Columbia Pictures|
The film's sets were designed by the art director Paul Palmentola.
Jack McCall is a man from the South, but he joins the Union during the civil war. When he encounters three Confederate soldiers posing as Yankees, one of which is named Spargo, Jack tells them the place where the headquarters is located. Soon after he is tried as a spy. When Jack manages to escape, his cousin Bat McCall and Wild Bill Hickok kill his parents and plan to get hold of the McCall plantation and money. After the war Jack tries to prove his innocence and asks Spargo to testify. Spargo first agrees, but when Jack is captured again, Spargo decides to join Hickok and Bat. With the help of Rose Griffith, Jack manages to escape again and hopes to clear his name. Meanwhile, Hickok, Bat and Spargo have left for Kansas City. In search for gold, they plan to destroy the Sioux Indians. Jack, while still trying to clear his name, becomes aware of their plans and tries to stop them.
- George Montgomery as Jack McCall
- Angela Stevens as Rose Griffith
- Douglas Kennedy as 'Wild' Bill Hickok
- James Seay as Bat McCall
- Eugene Iglesias as Grey Eagle
- Willam Tannen as Spargo
- Jay Silverheels as Red Cloud
- John Hamilton as Col. Cornish
- Selmer Jackson as Col. Brand
- Brode p.230
- Douglas Brode. Shooting Stars of the Small Screen: Encyclopedia of TV Western Actors, 1946–Present. University of Texas Press, 2010.
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