Undercover Men (1934)

Director
Sam Newfield

Main cast
Charles Starrett; Adrienne Dore; Kenne Duncan; Wheeler Oakman; Eric Clavering

Genres
Western

Description
For showing cowardice during a holdup, bank teller Bob Hunter is fired. He joins the Mounties and is assigned to look for those robbers. To have him work undercover, the Inspector's scheme is to have Bob supposedly kicked out of the Mounties.


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