Wyoming Wildcat (1941)
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Bill Gannon, released from service at the close of the Spanish-American war, goes to Wyoming, with his pal Butch McCord, for a reunion with his rancher father, only to find Frank Gannon has turned outlaw. At first, he stays with his father in an effort to help him overcome the cynicism and hatred that has engulfed him ever since the dishonesty and bad faith of others drove him to becoming an outlaw. But Frank, in an effort to lead Bill away from the life of a wanted-outlaw, makes it appear that he would kill Butch in cold blood. Bill renounces his father and goes off to start a new life elsewhere. He falls in love with Derry Carson, who gets him a job as a guard on a dangerous Wells-Fargo stagecoach route. Blackie Jordan, Frank's right-hand henchman, discovers that Bill is working as a guard for Wells Fargo and realizes that Bill is the sole obstacle to a successful holdup of a large gold shipment scheduled to go through soon. He also realizes that Frank will not allow the gang to holdup a stage guarded by his son. So Blackie tips off the Sheriff that Bill is the son of the notorious outlaw Frank Glannon and plans to collaborate in robbing the gold shipment. And then also frames Bill on a killing. But Butch and Frank Gannon combine efforts to get Bill out of the jam.
Bill Gannon returns from the Spanish American War only to find that his father Frank is a wanted outlaw. An outcast because of his father's reputation, things get worse when he is jailed for a murder he didn't commit.
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