Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Cowboy star Johnny Mack Brown made eight westerns for A.W. Hackel's Supreme Pictures during the 1935-36. Courageous Avenger, like most of the Brown Supremes, was directed by Robert N. Bradbury, then concurrently working on Hackel's Bob Steele series (Bradbury was, of course, Steele's father). In this one, Brown borrows Steele's favorite plotline: searching for his father's murderer. He dukes it out with rustler Warner Richmond, then enjoys a fadeout clinch with Helen Erikson. It all transpires in an economical (in every sense of the word) 58 minutes.
bad-guy, cowboy, good-guy, investigation, killing, love, murder, revenge, rustler