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THE LOCAL BAD MAN (1932, Allied) Hoot Gibson, Sally Blaine, Hooper Atchley.  Hoot’s a fun-loving trouble-maker.  He goes to rough up the local railroad agent only to find out that he’s a she!  With typical Gibson logic, he asks her out on a date instead.  Later, he’s framed for a robbery!  A nice Hooter.   

A MAN’S LAND (1932, Allied) Hoot Gibson, Marion Schilling, Bob Ellis, Skeeter Bill Robbins.  Wouldn’t you know it, Hoot has to share the inheritance of a ranch with…a girl!  They’ve got bigger problems though, as the ranch is constantly being hit by rustlers.  Hoot’s fine sense of wit is fully evident in this likable Allied release. From 16mm.  

SPIRIT OF THE WEST (1932, Allied) Hoot Gibson, Doris Hill, Hooper Atchley, Al Bridge, Lafe McKee.  Hoot’s brother’s ranch has been taken over by ruthless thugs!  Hoot comes back to town, parading as a bumbling dude, and manages to get hired on as the gang’s cook!  Under this facade, he sets out to make things right and put the crooks in jail.  Hoot, as usual, does a fine job adding his western humor to this very likable Allied production.  From 16mm.

THE RIDING AVENGER (1936, Diversion) Hoot Gibson, Ruth Mix, Stanley Blystone, Buzz Barton.  Some of the better B westerns of the mid-30s were the ones Hoot made for Diversion.  This is no exception.  Hoot takes the identity of a dead shootist, “the Morning Glory Kid.”  With this as a front, he joins a crafty gang of rustlers.  Hoot’s western humor shines.  16mm.   

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