Fighting for Justice (1932)

Genres - Action, Western  |   Run Time - 61 min.  |   Countries - USA  |  
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A standard Tim McCoy Western from Columbia Pictures, Fighting for Justice featured the stalwart McCoy as a cowboy whose late father was cheated out of his ranch by an unscrupulous tax attorney, Trout (Hooper Atchley). Falsifying the Bar A Ranch tax records, Trout, who is in league with Bull Barnard (Harry Cording), whose Drury River Gang has been terrorizing the area, attempts to break up the friendship between Tim and the ranch owner's daughter, Amy Tracey (Joyce Compton). The ploy fails miserably and the villains are brought to justice. Better known for playing a series of ditzy Southern belles, blond Joyce Compton made a very conventional prairie heroine this time around.

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bad-guy, conflict, cowboy, good-guy, justice, lawman, outlaw [Western], territory, west