Synopsis by Hans J. Wollstein
Adopted brothers, both cattlemen, fight over the sheep man's daughter in this low budget but acceptable Ken Maynard Western from poverty row company KBS. Maynard, as Ken Lanning, and his adopted brother Wally Thompson (Wallace MacDonald both fall for Judy Winters (Ruth Hall) despite the fact that her family has committed the almost unpardonable sin of raising sheep on the range. When neither Ken nor Wally appear to be too troubled, their foster-father, old Winchester Thompson (Walter Law), hires the notorious gunman Butch Martin (Albert J. Smith). Between Fighting Men was the second of three Westerns teaming Ken Maynard with pretty Ruth Hall who, much to Ken's chagrin, would leave the screen shortly after to marry cinematographer Lee Garmes.
bad-guy, cattlemen, conflict, cowboy, daughter, enemy, good-guy, hatred, love, outlaw [Western], ranch, range-war, sheepmen, shepherd, son, wound [injury]