Jack Manning (Tim McCoy) arrives in a midwestern town from Gold Creek in Califonia. He brings a message from Goerge Woods (Francis Ford) to his brother Tom Woods (Francis Ford), in a dual role, and niece Mary (Allene Ray, informing them he has struck gold and asking them to join him in California via a wagon train. Jack and Mary fall in love to the great displeasure of Rance Carter (Wilbur McGaugh) who has a yen for Mary himself. Jack and Mary not only have to be wary of Carter's crooked ways and machinations, but also of Indian uprisings, caused by Carter.Written by
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CHAPTER TITLES: 1. Pals in Buckskinl 2. A Call To Arms; 3. A Furnace of Fear; 4. The Red Terror; 5. The Circle of Death; 6. Hate's Harvest; 7. Hostages of Fear; 8. The Dagger Duel; 9. The Blast of Death; 10. Redskin's Vengeance; 11.Frontier's Aflame; 12. The Trail's End. See more »
Quite popular back in 1930, it is a now a very dated curio. Some of the acting is so melodramatic that it provokes laughter. The camerawork is impressive ( especially for a serial ). However, most people will have to put up with a lot of nonsense in order to enjoy this one. We did like Pal the dog though.
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