Synopsis by Hal Erickson
In Two Gun Justice, Tim McCoy indulges in one of his favorite cinematic pastimes: Posing as a suave Mexican bandit, complete with paint-on mustache and Latino accent. The plot contrives to have McCoy go into his "Si, senorita" routine to infiltrate the outlaw gang headed by a nasty galoot named Bart (John Merton). Though his Pancho Villa routine wouldn't convince a cow in real life, McCoy manages to hornswoggle the villains and deliver them to the Long Arm of the Law. Betty Compson and Joan Barclay play the film's two heroines, both of them left in the lurch as our hero gallops off to new adventures. Two Gun Justice was one of a brace of McCoy vehicles helmed by veteran western hand Alan James.
bad-guy, cowboy, good-guy, justice, lawman, outlaw [Western], sheriff