Synopsis by Hal Erickson
By the time Law of the West came out in 1949, Monogram's Johnny Mack Brown westerns were beginning to all look alike. Here as elsewhere, Brown plays a marshal who comes to the rescue of the Downtrodden. This time, it's a group of ranchers who are being victimized by a crooked real estate agent. One novel twist finds Brown's comic sidekick Max Terhune coming to the rescue by utilizing his skills as a ventriloquist. Bill Kennedy is the villain, Gerry Patterson the heroine, and western stalwarts Marshall Reed, Kenne Duncan and Bud Osborne go through their usual bad-guy motions.
bad-guy, cowboy, good-guy, land-scheme, land-war, lawman, outlaw [Western], agent [representative], real-estate