Filmed before the MPPDA production code was instituted (1934), and this one is filled with dialogue and situations that goes beyond innuendo and cuts right to the chase on a couple of trails the B-western genre seldom rode. A cowhand named Bob Blake visits with Sally Thompson and her kid-brother, Jimmy, on their hard-scrabble homestead adjoining the Steele Ranch where Bob works. He learns that their father just died, and he plans on seeing if he can make things a bit easier for them. Blake rides to the Steele ranch to talk to his boss, who isn't there at the moment, but Mrs. Steele is, and Mrs. Steele, standing real close, tells Bob that she and he should be better friends, moving ever closer, and Bob tells her he needs to tend to his cow-punching and he makes a quick exit. Mr. Steele shows up and asks Mrs. Steele to go to town with him, but she declines on the basis she has some house-chores to do, and Mr. Steele also exits. Then Burke, town banker and saloon owner, shows up, and ... Written by
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Remade as Two-Gun Man from Harlem