Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Like most of Monogram's 1943 "Range Busters" westerns, Two-Fisted Justice was directed by Robert Tansey. In this outing, the three range-busting heroes are played by John "Dusty" King, Max "Alibi" Terhune and David Sharpe. Our heroic trio rides into the town of Dry Gulch, hoping to bring law and order to the community. This they do, but not before several pulse-pounding adventures, notably a wild runaway-stagecoach sequence. Gwen Gaze, a Universal serial heroine of the 1930s, fulfills the leading-lady obligations, while Max Terhune relies on his ventriloquism skills for laughs. The villain, as ever, is the swarthy Charles King, playing not "Blackie" but "Trigger" this time out.
bad-guy, cowboy, good-guy, outlaw [Western], sheriff