Three westerns starring Errol Flynn. In 'Montana' (1949), Flynn stars as Australian sheep rancher Lane, who takes on the cattle barons of Montana. They see Lane as an interloper and treat his profession with disdain, but he means to buy land there, so they'd better learn to like it... or else. In 'Rocky Mountain' (1950), Captain Lafe Barstow (Flynn) is attempting to build an army in the West for the faltering Confederacy, but fails his mission when the patrol becomes marooned on a rocky mountain after saving a stagecoach from an Indian attack. Finally, in 'San Antonio' (1950), cattleman Clay Hardin (Flynn) attempts to expose a San Antonio saloon bar owner who he believes to be the ringleader of a band of cattle rustlers. Various shoot-outs, brawls and chases ensue.