Frazier and his gang are rustling horses. When the wild horse Tarzan frees Frazier's horses. Frazier gets the Sheriff to declare Tarzan an outlaw and have him shot. But Tarzan is Ken's favorite and he now tries to protect him.

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Ken Benson
Merna Kennedy ...
Pat Riley
Niles Welch ...
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Roy Stewart ...
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Frazier and his gang are rustling horses. When the wild horse Tarzan frees Frazier's horses. Frazier gets the Sheriff to declare Tarzan an outlaw and have him shot. But Tarzan is Ken's favorite and he now tries to protect him.

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A drama of men who ride with their stirrups long and their holsters handy--who deal across the top of the table and shoot from the hip!

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11 September 1932 (USA)  »

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Con Tarzan me basta  »

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Not bad at all.
14 June 2000 | by (Akron, Ohio) – See all my reviews

This is a well done poverty row western, sure it's cheap, and the acting doesn't seem all that good, but then this is how these old westerns are, which seems to be the reason nobody ever comments on them. The story concerns some bad guys turning wild horses into dog food (there's a new one on me!) so Ken Maynard and his trusty horse Tarzan stop it by six-guns and big talk. That's pretty much it, and most people wouldn't find interest in that, oh well.


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