Triple Justice (1940)

Genres - Crime, Drama, Western  |   Sub-Genres - B-Western  |   Run Time - 65 min.  |   Countries - USA  |  
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A wedding ceremony is rudely interrupted by a bank robbery next door, the bridegroom is shot and the best man is accused of being the culprit. All this takes place during the first five minutes of Triple Justice, George O'Brien's final western for RKO. Brad Henderson (O'Brien) is innocent, of course, but is forced to clear his good name and reputation by tracking down not only the three real bank robbers but also their secret boss, Deputy Sheriff Harry Woods). Along the way, Brad falls in love with lovely (Virginia Vale), the sister of neophyte outlaw Bud McTaggart), and finds himself the center of attention of three equally charming senoritas, (The Lindemann Sisters, who perform a couple of standard Mexican ballads. Miss Vale) also takes time out for a song, Fred Ross and Ray Whitley's "Lonely Rio.

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accusation, bad-guy, bank, courage, cowboy, criminal, false-accusation, friendship, gangster, good-guy, horse, identification, innocence, investigation, investigator, justice, mistaken-identity, name-clearing, ranch, robbery, struggle, tracking [following]