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Jim Brandon returns from prison having been framed for robbery. At the time of the robbery his partner supposedly committed suicide. Jim's first break in proving his innocence comes when he... See full summary »
This film's earliest documented telecasts took place in New York City Sunday 6 February 1949 on WCBS (Channel 2) and Sunday 20 February 1949 on WMAR (Channel 2).
When Jim Brandon (Bob Steele) asks the sheriff if he can have the bullet that murdered his partner, watch as Brandon places the bullet in his left shirt pocket before he leaves the sheriff's office. Shortly after he rides out of town and is stopped by three of the bad guys, the shirt he's wearing has no pockets. The same thing happens later in the story at Rankin's place - first no pocket, then after the fist fight, Brandon's shirt has pockets again.
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