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Lon (Johnny Mack Brown) and Bobby (Claire Rochelle) are very much in
love, so it should be good news that her daddy Reynolds (Frank LaRue)
offers him a job as foreman on his ranch, right?
Wrong, because Lon soon
finds out that Reynolds has found a legal loophole to grab the property of
all farmers of the region from right under their noses, and righteous man
that he is, Lon just can't let that happen - which of course leads to the
lovers seperating. Everyone now thinks that Reynolds, a once respected
man, has gone bad, and they want to retaliate, but not so Lon's sidekick
Calico (Horace Murphy), for whom this landgrabbing scheme resembles a tad
too much the one used to drive him off his farm, a scheme orchestrated by
one John Porter (Ed Cassidy) - and wouldn't you know it, Porter really has
really blackmailed Reynolds into acting as his front. But since Porter's
tactics are not exactly legal, the locals led by Lon now have someone to
go against, and after some fighting and shooting, Porter's men - most of
them also Reynolds' employees - are defeated, Porter is brought to
justice, and Lon and Bobby are reunited.
A very mediocre
B-Western: Not exactly a bad film as such, but also nothing to write home
about, and nothing you would really remember a day or two after seeing it.