Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Director Leslie Selander exhibits the sure-handed expertise that would endear him to latter-day western cultists in his 1937 formula western Sandflow. Buck Jones plays the son of a crooked land dealer. Seeking redemption, Jones rides through the west to compensate every rancher who was cheated by his dad. Along the way, he rescues his younger brother Robert Terry from a date with the hangman. Sandflow was one of a group of 1937 westerns personally produced by star Buck Jones and released by Universal Pictures.
brother, father, hanging, rancher, redemption, rescue, son