The sheriff of Tumbleweed took an instant dislike to Duke Benedict and Hank Brazos. So he gave them one-way tickets for the next stage out of town and that's when the trouble really began. The stagecoach became an instant target. On board was a marshal and his prisoner: notorious outlaw Jack Savage. But Savage's gang had other ideas. But hey reckoned without the hot lead from Benedict and Brazos. More
The sheriff of Tumbleweed took an instant dislike to Duke Benedict and Hank Brazos. The dude and the giant in the garish purple shirt looked like trouble to him. So he gave them one-way tickets for the next stage out to Flintlock ... and that's when the trouble really began. The minute it left town, the stagecoach became a target. Among the other passengers was a federal marshal delivering his prisoner, notorious outlaw Jack Savage, to Flintlock for trial. But Savage's gang had other ideas. They planned to stop the stage and rescue him, even if they had to kill everyone else on board. They reckoned without Benedict and Brazos, and when the stranded passengers took refuge in a deserted town called Buckaroo, they found themselves up against hot lead, and stone-cold ghosts from the past!
Benedict and Brazos stars two brawling Civil War veterans. One an ex-Union captain and the former Confederate sergeant. They'd fought each other during the Battle of Pea Ridge ... and then ended up fighting shoulder to shoulder when a common enemy showed his face. Bo Rangle, leader of the guerilla force known as Rangle's Raiders, took advantage of the slaughter to steal what the two opposing forces had been fighting for - two hundred thousand dollars' worth of Confederate gold. Hank Brazos and Duke Benedict never forgot that day, or each other. And when, by chance, their trails crossed again after the War, they decided to team up, find Rangle and reclaim that gold for themselves.