A platoon leader (Ross) returns from the Korean War and seeks out the brother (Connors) of a soldier who had been killed while under his command. The men agree to engage in competition to "hunt" each other through the streets of Los Angeles using camera-guns. The platoon leader does not realize that the brother blames him for the soldier's death, and intends to kill him.
- This film was used by Frank Conniff and Trace Beaulieu in their live riffing show The Mads Are Back. No recorded version of the riffed movie has been made available to the general public.
- Writer and Director Wyott Ordung had previously written the screenplay for Robot Monster.
- The movie is sometimes mis-identified as "Walk the Dark Streets".