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Will they find the crook who robbed the Express Office? Will Morrell find romance with the sister of an old friend....who’s other brother tried to frame him for the Express Office robbery? Where has Nina’s daddy been all this time and is he a good guy or a bad guy?
The film starts by showing teepees along a river bank. There is a gusher at an oil well. Funds from Indian oil will be distributed to members of the tribes. Chris Morrell must find the father of a young orphan girl to collect a small fortune for her. But villains have other plans, they want the girl. Morrell and the girl escape. [The chase pads out the film.] Nina rides on alone, Chris fires shots to draw them away. Chris captures the guard and chases their horses away. Nina finds a refuge. In town the Express Office is robbed by a man in a mask wearing a black hat and a checked shirt. Can he get away? Will he switch his hat and shirt? Clara Moore drives by and helps Chris, who meets her brother Jim. Clara will help Chris and Nina. Nina's father shows up.
Sam Black's gang is on foot until they find their horses. Vic Byrd makes a deal for Chris' scalp. Then Jim is double-crossed, his partner wants all the loot. Byrd wants to grab Nina. Blacks's men take Clara. Tom defends Nina against Byrd. Black's men arrive to attack Chris, Tom, and Nina. The Sheriff is summoned, they ride to help. Black's gang offer to trade Clara for Nina. Chris makes a counter-offer. There is a surprise. The Sheriff arrives in time. Black rides away with Nina while his men shoot it out with the Sheriff's men. Chris chases and catches Black. There is a happy ending.
This western has a complex plot that uses many dramatic conflicts for its story.
Sheila Terry is Chris' love interest Clara Moore because, if you remember, Nina is an Indian (besides he is her guardian, which would make anything more wrong). However, despite the flaws in the plot screenwriter Burl Tuttle does give Wayne a couple of choice lines of memorable dialogue in this one (e.g., "Snakes like you usually die of their own poison," and the philosophical observation "Some men are like books written in a strange language, and that makes it awfully hard to read them"). George Hayes, who is perfecting his Gabby persona, has a minor role as Matt Downing in this one, and normal heavy Earl Dwire plays Nina's father Tom in another small role. My guess is that with a different director (Robert N. Bradbury did most of the Wayne films at Lone Star) the casting decisions ended up being different. Maybe shaking up the stock company had an impact on Wayne, because his acting is noticeably better in this one.