Billy The Kid In Texas (1940, B&W):
Billy The Kid witnesses the Lazy-A gang hold up a payroll wagon. He gets the jump on the bandits and forces them to turn over the cash. Using the alias Billy "Clark," he returns the money to the grateful townsfolk who appoint him sheriff. The Lazy-A boys revenue stream is halted by the new lawman, so they send Gil Cooper, their top gunman to town, to shoot Billy down. With the whole town watching, the two square off the street for a showdown. But as they draw closer both men are shocked at what they discover!
Stars Bob Steele, Al St. John, Terry Walker , Carlton Young, Charles King, John Merton, Frank LaRue, Charles Whitaker; Directed by Peter Stewart (Sam Newfield).
The Land Of Missing Men (1930, B&W): Steve O'Neil rides into a border saloon and discovers a horrific massacre. Senor Madero and a half dozen cowpokes have been shot in the back. With his dying breath, Madero names The Black Coyote and his gang as the murderers. Steve then holds up the stage and makes off with a $30,000 payroll. Using the money as bait, he sets off on a suicide mission, to infiltrate the gang and bring the cold-blooded killers to justice.
Stars Bob Steele,Al St. John, Edward Dunn, Caryl Lincoln, Al Jennings, Fern Emmett, Noah Hendrixs; Directed by John P. McCarthy.