Parker, seeking revenge on Culverson, is bringing in a flood of sheep. Branning signs on at the Culverson ranch to help fight them off. Standing in his way is hired gunman and crooked lawyer Sneed. The plot is further complicated by the picture in Branning's pocket watch.
Maurice VanAuken <email@example.com>
1 May 1935 (USA)
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Also Known As:
Gunsmoke Over the Guadalupe
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Aspect Ratio: 1.37 : 1
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Did You Know?
The first credit frame on this film reads: "Willis Kent presents GUN SMOKE - A Montie Montana Western - Adapted from Gunsmoke Over the Guadalupe by Paul Evans Lehman". This was produced by Willis Kent
and Willis Kent only. The reason for the "A Montie Montana Western" credit line was because the film was slated to star Montie Montana
, who had starred in Kent's The Circle of Death
(1935), but he had to drop out of this film. However, the "honorary" credit line was already on the graphic, and Kent wasn't one to spend money to re-do anything. Consequently, Horse Wrangler / Trainer / Player Rocky Camron / Gene Alsace
(billed here as Buck Coburn) got his first--and only--starring role. The pinto, however, did belong to Montana, but he did NOT produce this film, and isn't credited as a producer to begin with. See more