Shot Gun Pass (1932)

Genres - Action, Western  |   Run Time - 59 min.  |   Countries - USA  |  
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Directed by the mediocre J.P. McGowan, Tim McCoy's second Western for Columbia was a rather tedious affair in which McCoy played a cattle rancher who has leased grazing land from his girlfriend's (Virginia Lee Corbin) father (Dick Stewart). The Mitchell brothers, Spider (Joe Marba) and Jake (Monte Vandergrift), claim the land to be theirs and demand a toll for passage. The brothers then try to get rid of the rightful owner but fail and instead start erecting a fence. McCoy's sidekick, Sagebrush (Frank Rice), sets a charge of dynamite at the base of the barricade but Sally (Corbin) accidentally rides into the line of fire. She is saved in the nick of time by Tim and stampeding horses frightened by the explosion trample the last remaining Mitchell brother to death.

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bad-guy, good-guy, horse, romance, trail-drive