Bill Carson arrives and tells Cash Horton that his supposedly worthless mine contains valuable tungsten. Duke learns of the mine's value and tries to have them both killed. Failing, he has the Sheriff arrest Bill for murder. Unknown to Bill and the Sheriff, the victim is alive and well.
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Photo 2 on "The Fighting Cowboy" (1933) page is from "Rawhide Romance" (1934). Among others it shows Jay Wilsey, Genee Boutell, Lafe McKee, William Barrymore and Ken Broeker. A correction attempt had been made or, to be accurate, tried to correct it but failed. All the names mentioned above are in both films...with the EXCEPTION of Lafe McKee...who is shown laying on a cot but he IS NOT in "The Fighting Cowboy(1933). But he IS IN "Rawhide Romance". See more
When the hidden gunman shoots at Bill Carson, the bullet only takes his hat off, but on replacing his hat, there is no sign of a bullet hole. See more
The title frame shows the copyright date as 1923 MCMXXIII instead of 1933. See more