Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Tim McCoy is the Texas Marshal in this better than usual PRC western. McCoy is forced to take on a hooded vigilante group called the League of Patriots. He suspects in this case that patriotism is the last refuge of the scoundrel, and he's right: The League is actually a front for a gang of gold thieves. The leader of the gang is the ineluctable Charles King, who once again ends up seriously dead after coming up against the granite-jawed hero. Music is provided by Art Davis and His Rhythm Riders, while Kay Leslie is the antiseptic heroine.
bad-guy, cowboy, gold, good-guy, investigation, killing, murder, outlaw [Western]