Northern Frontier (1935):
Mountie Sergeant Mack MacKenzie goes undercover to locate a murderous band of counterfeiters. He manages to infiltrate the gang, but his investigation implicates his own sweetheart, Beth, and her father. Before he can gather the evidence he needs to convict the kingpin of the operation, his cover is blown, and Mack finds himself targeted for death.
Actor Kermit Maynard performed in over 300 films and television shows from 1927 to 1962, mostly on horseback. As a stunt man, he appeared in over a hundred more, although he never quite rose to the stature of his cowboy star brother, Ken Maynard. Northern Frontier boasts a strong supporting cast which includes Russell Hopton, Walter Brennan, LeRoy Mason and Lloyd Ingraham and features fine location photography of the Canadian wilderness. Directed by Sam Newfield.
Custer's Last Stand (1936): General Custer leads the United States in its manifest destiny of westward expansion. The General and his men come face-to-face with violent tribes determined to retrieve a sacred arrow on which is carved a coded map to a cavern of gold.
A rousing historical tale with appearances by some of the wild west's most beloved characters, Custer's Last Stand is an epic western feature compiled from the 1936 fifteen chapter serial. Starring Rex Lease, Frank Mcglynn, Lona Andre, Reed Howe and Chief Thundercloud. Directed by Elmer Clifton.