Synopsis by Hans J. Wollstein
Its story credited to stunt-man extraordinaire Yakima Canutt, Riders of the Golden Gulch, from low-budget West Coast Studios, featured Buffalo Bill, Jr. as Bill Edwards, a young man searching for the villain who ruined his banker father. Along the way, Bill is himself accused of robbing a bank but it is all a ruse to ferret out the real culprit, nasty Bart Smith (Edmund Cobb). Yak Canutt played the hero's sidekick and the little western also featured such oldtimers as Pete Morrison and Buck Connors. A survivor from silent westerns, Buffalo Bill, Jr. later worked under his real name, Jay Wilsey. According to his widow, the former actress Genee Boutell, Wilsey earned approximately $50 a day as a low-budget western star. Although filmed in 1930, Riders of the Golden Gulch (aka Riders of Golden Gulch) was not released until two years later.
accusation, bad-guy, cowboy, criminal, false-accusation, good-guy, horse, innocence, robbery