Western star Hoot Gibson could always be counted on to do something different in his B-westerns of the early 30's, especially when he could inject some comedy. In this clip, a stock chase quickly takes on a twist that sends it entirely different direction, so to speak. NOTE: I cheated. The original film had no accompanying chase music so I added some from a package that was available to the filmmakers in 1932 when this picture was produced. In fact, it is probably the most famous western chase music of all time. If the Poverty Row producer who made this picture would have been looser with the eagle, he would have probably chosen this very tune.
Excerpt From: "Sunset Range"