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Saturday, May 2, 2020


A great western starring Tim McCoy.

McCoy stars as a young man whose father was swindled out of a mine and then killed to keep silent.

Tim Braddock (McCoy) is the grown young man whose has a vendetta against crooked lawyers and bankers. He infiltrates the gang that is still operating and causes nothing but trouble.

He meets a young woman named Helen Brennen (Joan Woodbury) whose father is being swindled the same way Tim's was. Tim helps Helen's father Pete (John Cowell) keep his money and then he decides enough is enough and goes after the bad guys full force.

This is a standard B western from the 30's and McCoy is ok, but it was Joan Woodbury that made me want to see the film. I have always been a fan of hers. The film runs little over an hour and it never slows down. However, if you want to see a lot of violence and such, you wont find it here.

McCoy never shoots anyone or even slugs then in this. Very tame fair from Puritan Pictures. B western fans might want to check it out.

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