Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Bob Steele has trouble sticking to The Ranger's Code in this western. As the sheriff, Steele must bring in a young man who's been consorting with crooks. Trouble is, the suspect is the brother of Steele's sweetheart. Fortunately, our hero is able to prove the boy's innocence by film's end, thereby saving his job and his love life. Ernie Adams, usually cast as a snivelling stool pigeon, delivers the best performance in Ranger's Code -- which, like most Bob Steele vehicles of this period, was directed by Bob's father, Robert N. Bradbury.
arrest, brother, false-accusation, innocence, love, romance, sheriff