- Amazon Sales Rank: #420756 in DVD
- Released on: 2008-11-20
- Format: NTSC
- Running time: 61 minutes
(1936, Supreme) Bob Steele, Frances Grant, Karl Hackett, William French, Earl Dwire. A little different than the usual Steele western, and quite good, too. Bob plays a Cavalry officer who comes to the aid of a blind southerner. Later, he heads west to stave off an attempt by Hackett’s rebels to set up an independent state. Released by Republic.
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