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When unscrupulous Carlos Manning (LEROY MASON) discovers that an old Spanish land grant recently unearthed will leave a huge section of California real estate to the heirs of Don Quantero, he employs Donovan(ROY BARCROFT) and his killer henchmen to murder them all. That will leave Manning as the sole heir to millions. However, Delores Quantero(ADRIAN BOOTH) tumbles to this plot and enlists the aide of two-fisted reporter, Cliff Roberts(KIRK ALYN)to save all her relatives. The fighting twosome brave plots of certain death in episode after episode as one by one the heirs of Don Q are bumped off. A couple of years later, Kirk Alyn gained fame as the movie's first SUPERMAN. As 1940's movie heroines go, Adrian Booth is pretty active in this one, up to her pretty neck in every fist-fight in the movie, as a tough, resourceful gal. Most films of this era do not depict even the female leads as nearly as competent in action as Delores Quantero is played in this flick. Directed by Spencer Bennet and Fred Brannon, in black & white. This 1946 Republic Pictures original release is in 12 chapters, runs 166 minutes, and has been digitally remastered regions-free in NTSC format, and is presented on two DVD-R discs, and should be playable on any standard DVD player.

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