Another of producer Howard W. Koch's TV-style budget pictures, Ghost Town is a modest western taking place during one tension-filled night. A group of stagecoach passengers are besieged by hostile Cheyenne Indians. Seeking shelter, the passengers are forced to set up camp in a deserted town. There's every possibility that the Cheyennes will be back, so no one gets a good night's sleep--but we do learn which of the passengers are heroes and which are cowards. Allen Miner, whose B westerns were usually more interesting than his TV assignments, directed Ghost Town with a minimum of waste footage.