Durango Valley Raiders

1938, Western, 56m

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Amid a rash of violence against the peaceful settlers of the Durango Valley, John McKay (Karl Hackett) hires newcomer Keene Cordner (Bob Steele) to work on his ranch. After McKay discovers that Cordner is the son of an old rival, Boone (Steve Clark), he begins to suspect a connection between the youngster's appearance and the murders on the range. But, when McKay's beautiful daughter, Betty (Louise Stanley), is taken hostage by a vicious gang, he has nowhere else to turn for help.

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