Old Uncle John Armin who ruled Albuquerque from a wheel chair back in 1878 was the sort of "empire" builder who wouldn't stop at robbery or even murder to wipe out a business competitor. But his nephew Cole, who grew up in Texas and rode for a spell with the Rangers, was a solid six feet of virtuousness, the kind of fellow who believed honesty was more important than blood bonds and that women folk were entitled to a full measure of respect.
Now, you can imagine how Cole reacts when he discovers that Uncle John sent his gun-men to hold up the stage coach and rob Celia Wallace of the $10,000 she was bringing to her brother Ted who was bucking the Armin transportation monopoly. What you can't possibly imagine, however, is the ruthlessness and cunning that Uncle John manifests when he determines to ruin his nephew as well as that Wallace fellow.
For further details, your attention is directed to "Albuquerque," which arrived at the Mininova on Sunday all decked out in Cinecolor photography.