Synopsis by Hal Erickson
The 1936 Buck Jones western Silver Spurs was helmed by Jones' favorite director Ray Taylor, whose association with the star dated back to the silent years at Fox Studios. Jones plays Jim Fentriss, a wealthy rancher whose spread is besieged by cattle rustlers. The chief heavy is Art Holden (Robert W. Fraser), but Jim has trouble proving it. After playing a waiting game for five reels, Jim swings into action (at long last!) in reel six. Buck Jones' leading lady, here as elsewhere, is Muriel Evans, who first gained popularity as comedian Charley Chase's vis-a-vis at Hal Roach.
bad-guy, cowboy, good-guy, rustler