A rancher's son finds himself helping another rancher who is at odds with his father--all because of the father's crooked partner.




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Complete credited cast:
Ann Ware
Oscar Apfel ...
Gwen Gibson
Adam Ware
Henry Roquemore ...
Joe Williams
Jerry Mandy ...
Ranch Cook
Charles Hill ...
Bert Kimble (as Charlie Hill)
Warner Richmond ...
Thomas Stark
Henchman Butch
Stanley Blystone ...
Dorgan, Ranch Foreman
George Wright, Bookkeeper (as Freddie Gilman)
Rodeo Judge


Losing a barroom brawl, the unconscious Gibson and Kendall are put on a train heading west where they get jobs on Ware's ranch. There they get involved with Ware's fight against Stark, the man who just happens to be the crooked partner of Gibson's father. Written by Maurice VanAuken <mvanauken@a1access.net>

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Release Date:

17 July 1935 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Um Capataz de Mão Cheia  »

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Delightful Rustic Romance
27 March 2006 | by (adelaide) – See all my reviews

Hoot Gibson still has many fans who greatly enjoy his humor and appreciate his fine natural acting. It is such a pity that in the Talkie era he was not given the opportunity to act in big pictures made by the best directors and with the best screen writers. It is wonderful to go back in time when simple standards of respect and decency were the norm . OK, the story is simple in structure, but this true of every day life even in our twenty first century.( the rampant evils of consumerism had not yet reached today,s zenith and illicit drugs did not dominate ) This is a film which will allow a viewer to escape the ills of our age for an hour. So please relax and enjoy.

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