This film was one of a series made from the short stories of O. Henry. Sam Galloway (Nolan Leary) may be making his way through Texas, but he likes to think of himself as the last of the Medieval troubadours. His latest place of rest is at the sheep ranch belonging to old man Ellison (Jake Abraham). The local cattle king (S.E. Jennings) orders Ellison to vacate his ranch -- a stroke of terrible luck for Ellison, since it's the only available grass left in Texas and, at 65, he's too old to do anything else. Ellison tells his troubles to Galloway. The next day, Ellison runs into the cattle king, who has learned that they are distant relatives. Instead of kicking him off his land, the cattleman offers to give him his ranch and help him financially. Ellison returns home a much happier man, and that evening, Galloway shows up with a strange look on his face. He confesses that since he couldn't bear to see his friend in trouble, he borrowed Ellison's gun, rode into town and shot the cattle king. Ellison takes this in forlornly and then asks Galloway to play him a comforting tune.
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