The Star Packer, Lone Star Pictures, directed by R.N. Bradbury 1934.
John Teavers (John Wayne) is a Federal Marshall with his Native American companion Yak (Yakima Canutt) They have come to town to put a stop to The Shadow (George Hayes) and his gang who have been stealing, killing town sheriffs and stage drivers. This is a mystery at its finest. The bad guys are able to shoot the sheriffs in the middle of town, with no one noticing what happens. It really is a puzzle that takes all the Marshall's boldness, and Yak's cunning to crack. There are many notorious bad guys in the gang at the hide out; not only that they also have a machine gun. Anita Matlock (Verna Hillie) has come to claim her father's share of the ranch, but her uncle is not very thrilled. Teavers has to rescue her a couple times, and with rescuing comes love.
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