About the film
gold murder land swindle
Release Date: September 20, 1946
|Slogan||:||«HUNTED MEN..Make Every Shot Count!»|
|Production Companies||:||Monogram Pictures|
|Producers||:||Scott R. Dunlap, Charles J. Bigelow|
|Writers||:||Frank H. Young|
Blacksmith Pinto Peters (Raymond Hatton) calls on his old friend, Sam "Hurricane" Benton (Johnny Mack Brown), to help him clear his son, Jimmy (Riley Hill), of a murder charge. Hot-headed Jimmy, believes that the best way to cure a man of cheating at cards is to shoot him. He didn't shoot him enough, as the gambler only feigns death as part of a plot to gain possession of land owned by Pinto, as they know there is gold on the land buried there by an outlaw gang years ago.