Synopsis by Hal Erickson
A lesser-known William S. Hart vehicle, The Money Corral casts two-gun Bill as a rodeo story. A Chicago banker hires Hart to protect his riches from a criminal gang. The big-money scene finds Hart roping and hog-tying the baddies, just as we knew he would. Eva Novak, one of Hart's favorite leading ladies, provides the feminity to these rugged proceedings. William S. Hart is also credited with the direction of The Money Corral, though as usual he relied upon a battery of faithful assistants.
arrest, bad-guy, bank-personnel, champion, cowboy, criminal, employment, gangster, good-guy, loot, love, protection, rodeo, romance