Newcomer Kelly Ryan plays Kate, The Outlaw's Daughter, in this medium-scale western. Led astray by outlaw leader Jess (Bill Williams), Kate joins Jess' gang and follows in her dad's footsteps. Town marshal Dan (Jim Davis) tries his best to reform the girl, but this proves difficult inasmuch as Kate holds Dan responsible for her father's death. Only after most of the bad guys have been decimated by Dan does Kate discover the true identity of her dad's murderer. Having fallen in love with Kate, marshal Dan offers to let her escape prosecution, but she's made of sterner stuff than that.
Idealistic and naive Dr. Jason arrives at a school for delinquent girls and immediately begins to try to make a difference in the lives of some of the inmates. Oblivious to the sadistic treatment of the girls by the matrons, it takes a rebellious girl named Loretta to open his eyes. Assisted by a female staff member, Jason finally gets proof of the abuse and threatens the head of the school with exposure unless he is given full reign to run things.
The Kadi of Bagdad has harem troubles in this low budget comedy from Edgar Ulmer.