Synopsis by Hans J. Wollstein
Johnny Mack Brown goes up against a lady bank robber in this average Mack Brown series late-entry from Monogram. The lady, played by Barbara Allen, is of course called "Ma." In order to get the goods on "Ma" and her "brood," Mack Brown must masquerade as a lone bandit. The ruse works up to a point but Johnny's real identity is eventually exposed, with a rather well-orchestrated barroom brawl as a consequence. Bruce Edwards and 1950s B-movie perennial Phyllis Coates take care of the romance, while Mack Brown, his physique no longer svelte, uses his fists on the likes of Marshall Reed and Lane Bradford. The aforementioned Barbara Allen is not the popular comedienne Barbara Allen who also billed herself Vera Vague.
bad-guy, conflict, cowboy, good-guy, horse, justice, outlaw [Western]