In Old Santa Fe (1934)

Director
David Howard

Main cast
Ken Maynard; Evalyn Knapp; H.B. Warner; Kenneth Thomson; George Hayes

Genres
Comedy, Crime, Romance, Western

Description
Gangster Chandler and his accomplice Tracy arrive at a dude ranch. Cowboy Kentucky arrives at the same time. When Tracy double-crosses his boss and has the stage robbed, Kentucky finds the outlaws and brings them in. Tracy frames him for the murder of the driver but his pal Cactus gets him out of jail. He returns just as Chandler shoots Tracy and Kentucky finds himself arrested for another murder.


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