John Drury agrees to look for the outlaw known as the Hawk and Henry Simms volunteers to help him. But Simms is the Hawk and he leaves Drury on the desert to die. Simms then kills a man and plants John's harmonica at the scene. With the help of his horse Duke, John returns only to find that he is accused of murder and about to face the hanging Judge. Written by
Maurice VanAuken <firstname.lastname@example.org>
YIPEE! Here Come The Ridin', Fightin' King of the Range! (1939 reissue poster)
27 August 1932 (USA)
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(Western Electric System)
Aspect Ratio: 1.37 : 1
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When John Drury rides into town while the trial for Duke is going on, you see John start to dismount twice instead of once. See more
Where I come from we don't shoot horses when they get ornery; we tame 'em.
Features The Unknown Cavalier
My Pony Boy
Music by Charley O'Donnell
Lyrics by Bobby Heath
Played during the opening credits See more