Lone Justice 2 Trailer

Lone Justice 2 Trailer (1995)

01 January 1995

After a six-year absence, Ned Blessing (Brad Johnson) returns to his hometown with his sidekick, Crecencio (Luis Avalos). There he finds a lawless hell-hole governed only by six-shooters and fists. No one in town is willing to stand up to the Borgers, a despicable clan that rules the town with brutality and bullets. Into this charged atmosphere ride Ned and Crecencio to take on the Borgers with only the help of a mysterious Indian (Wes Studi) and the town coward (Tom Scott).

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