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Chasing a gambler that stole money, Tom Larkin gets his horse shot out from under him. Meeting an outlaw with a horse, after a fight Tom rides away on that horse. Arriving in town he is mistaken for the outlaw and offered a job of killing a man. But the man is the father of the girl that Tom's money was to go to but was stolen by the gambler. Written by
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This is a relatively short action packed B western starring Tom Keene made by RKO in 1933.It was in fact shown on BBC some years ago which is how i came to see it.Otherwise it is likely to remain gathering dust on then shelves.It is the usual sort of B Western full of lots of riding and shooting and skulduggery's involving a mine.I think that one of the reasons that this film is rarely seen is that as far as i can see Tom Keene was not a well known star.He does not have any particular unique characteristics such as Hopalong Casssidys black outfit or the Lone Rangers mask.He is just a straight shooting cowboy like dozens who will have been around at the time.
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