The Fighting Texan: Rancher Pete Hadley is after the property of his neighboring ranchers, Jim Perkins and Joe Walton and is having his henchman rustle horses belonging to Walton and putting the Perkins brand on them to stir up trouble and cause a feud. Glenn Oliver rides into the middle of this conflict as he has purchased a half-interest in the Perkins' ranch. Hadley incites Walton to check the inside of a changed brand and Walton learns it is is his stock, and rides to have a showdown with Perkins, but is stopped short of shooting him by Oliver. Later, Perkins is bushwhacked and Glenn finds proof that the shot was fired by Walton's 30-30 rifle, and he is convinced that either Walton or his daughter, Judy, fired the fatal shot. When Oliver is framed for killing Walton cowhand/Hadley henchman Bart Green, Hadley's plan to take over both ranches appears to be a success.
|Ratings:||IMDB: N/A Metascore: N/A RT: N/A|
|Released:||June 01, 1937|
|Actors:||Art Dillard Art Miles Bert Dillard Bert Roach Blackie Whiteford Bob Woodward Bruce Mitchell Budd Buster Burr McIntosh Carrie Daumery Charles K French Charles McMurphy Clem Horton Curley Dresden D'Arcy Corrigan Dick Morehead Ed Cassidy Elaine Shepard Ella McKenzie Francisco Marán Frank LaRue Fred Kelsey Glenn Strange Harry Northrup Jack Evans John Boles Kermit Maynard Laura La Plante Mack Swain Margaret Livingston Merrill McCormick Montagu Love Murdock MacQuarrie Pat Harmon Rocky Roy D'Arcy Rube Dalroy Slim Summerville Tom O'Brien Torben Meyer Wally West|
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