Ted Hayden and his pal Dusty Rhodes come across a dying outlaw, Gatt Ganns. On Ganns's person, they find a letter of introduction to rancher Gentry implicating Gentry in the disappearance of Ted's kid brother Jim and the murder of their father many years earlier. Ted takes on Ganns's identity and pretends to go to work for Gentry, while actually looking for further evidence that Gentry did indeed murder his father and abduct his brother.
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A TWO-GUN SON OF THE WEST TAKES THE LAW INTO HIS OWN HANDS! (original poster0all caps)
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Did You Know?
In 1934, this film was condemned by the Catholic Legion of Decency. See more
A battery powered torch is used in the film yet the first torch was by an English inventor David Misell obtained U.S. Patent No. 617,592 in the year 1899. See more
You got her here just in time. A small artery's been severed. However, I don't think it's very serious.
Fox/Lorber Associates, Inc. and Classics Associates, Inc. copyrighted a version in 1985 with a new original score composed and orchestrated by William Barber. It was distributed by Fox/Lorber and ran 48 minutes. See more
Referenced in The Man from Utah