Texas Ranger Cordell Walker (played by Chuck Norris) is happy to working again with his old friend and ex-partner Logan Reno (played by Buck Taylor). They begin working on a case involving a string of burglaries that have gone unsolved. While investigating Logan ends up dead and Walker takes it upon himself to seek vengeance against the killer. He becomes completely single minded about finding out who is responsible for the death. At the same time he tries to help Logan’s kids, Dana (played by Susan Diol) and Keith (played by Ian Bohen), deal with the loss of their father.
For a time from the early 90s until the turn of the century, Walker, Texas Ranger was the long arm of the law on television. He was a modern version of an Old West sheriff or U.S. Marshall. A man who played by his own rules but always got his man. Criminals throughout the state of Texas had to get past this guy and rarely did for very long.
What originally aired on television as a two parter now has been put together into one feature length film. It is exactly what you would expect from a Walker Texas Ranger episode(s) with gruff talk, gun fights and some martial arts style ass kicking courtesy of cult favourite Chuck Norris.