Approved | | Western
Jailed for murders he didn't commit, Randy escapes only to stumble into the den of the real murderers.
Though released in 1934 (at least 5-6 years after the first talkies), the film is shot very much like a silent movie. Some scenes are silent except for the random sound effect. Dialog seems kept to a minimum, and sound quality of dialog is generally very poor ( though this may be related to the quality of the specific print being shown by TCM). Camera moves are sometimes shaky and frame rate often makes movement jerky.
Marvin Black, alias Matt Matthews:
Well, where's the money?
Henchman Spike: We didn't get it. It wasn't in the safe.
Marvin Black, alias Matt Matthews: Whaddya mean, you didn't get it?
Henchman Spike: I'm telling you we couldn't find it.
Marvin Black, alias Matt Matthews: And you call yourselves "bad men"! I should have left you where I found you - brandin' calves!
The Vollmer player piano shown in the saloon wasn't produced until the early twentieth century.
Also available in a computer colorized version.