Synopsis by Hal Erickson
One film critic compared Monogram's eight Johnny Mack Brown westerns of 1947 to strawberries: it was up to the viewer sort out which were good, and which were bad. Law Comes to Gunsight is a little of both. Brown arrives in the town of, yes, Gunsight, in the company of saddle pal Raymond Hatton. Like a new broom, Brown sweeps clean, going after the town's corrupt element. Several singing sidekicks had been tried out in previous Johnny Mack Brown films, with little success. In Law Comes to Gunsight, the warbler "du jour" is radio crooner Lanny Rees.
bad-guy, good-guy, gunfighter, lawman, mistaken-identity, outlaw [Western], sheriff