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Lucky (Hoot Gibson) gets held up by a miner (George Chesebro) on the
run from a posse who forces him to exchange horses and hats ... but then,
the stranger's horse shies, and the horse and the stranger both fall off
some cliffs to their death. Lucky finds the stranger's saddlebags, finds
them full f gold, and hides them. As chance has it, Lucky soon crosses
paths with Doc Halliday's (Charles Hill) medicine show where the
stranger's niece and heiress Ann (Lona Andre) works as a dancer, and since
Lucky figures someone wants to trick Ann out of the mine, he decides to
remain with the medicine show incognito.
Soon enough, Lucky figures the
man after the mine (and the gold in the saddlebags) must be Bat Moulton
(Jack Rockwell) - but little good does it do Lucky, since Bat manages to
accuse Lucky of the murder of Ann's uncle ... and since Lucky is wearing
the man's hat, there's at least some circumstantial evidence. Still, it is
soon found out that the death was an accident, and Lucky is acquitted -
but only in his absence, since his drunk lawyer (Charles Kind) has adviced
him to make a getaway.
With Lucky free though and the Sheriff (Robert
McKenzie) having grown wise to Bat Moulton's crimes, it's only a matter of
time before the villain can be brought to justice.
entertaining B-Western, that makes up its apparent lack of budget by a
tongue-in-cheek approach to its material, featuring the usual ironic
performance by Hoot Gibson and some nice ham performances by Charles Hill,
Charles King and Robert McKenzie.