One of Hoot's best early-talking westerns produced at poverty row studio Allied Pictures Corp for producer M.H. Hoffman, Jr. Rodeo ranch owner Ben Hall (George Bunny) offers $1000 for the capture of the wild "Devil Horse," which Jim Wright (Hoot) and Skeeter (Bill Robbins) capture. While Jim is away, a jealous ranch hand Gil Davis (Edmund Cobb) murders Skeeter and steels the horse. The blame is put on Jim and the Sheriff arrests him for Skeeter's murder. However in good ole b-western tradition, everything works out in the end.
70 mins, B&W, 1.33:1, 1931, Not Rated
Cowboy comes home to find his father in an asylum and the family ranch about to be foreclosed.
54 mins, B&W, 1.33:1, 1935, Not Rated