Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Bantam-weight cowboy hero Bob Steele made his talkie debut in a series of westerns for Syndicate Films, one of the several precursors to Monogram Pictures. In The Man From Nowhere, wandering hero Terry Norton (Bob Steele) rides from out of nowhere into the middle of a family feud. The villain of the piece is trying to get his clutches on a valuable piece of property owned by his sickly stepbrother. Terry falls in love with the "good" stepbrother's niece (Ione Reed) then sets about to wham, bam and slam the bad guys into submission. Some observers felt that Bob Steele's horse got all the best close-ups.
family-feud, love, niece