Product DetailsYears after miner Slim Braddock is killed trying to exact revenge on a crooked banker, Tim Braddock returns to the town of Goldfield to pick up where his father left off. As for the financier, Williams and his band of swindlers, it seems that time has not changed their ways at all. Miner Pete Brennan is about to lose his mine to Williams after missing payments on the property. The judge is able to give him an extra day to come up with the money, which is on its way by stagecoach. Of course, Williams sends his gang out to rob the stage. Knowing that Williams did the same sort of thing to his own father, Tim pulls the ultimate double cross, robbing the robbers and personally delivering the payment to the shocked and surprised Williams. Unable to persuade Pete to sell out, and determined to get his hands on the Brennan mine, Williams hires an eccentric dynamite expert to put Brennan out of business once and for all. Williams has underestimated the resourcefulness of Tim Braddock, who's already aware of the plot and ready to foil it at any cost. Said to have the fastest draw among the celluloid cowboys, Tim McCoy lived a life centered around the history and culture of the American West. A Wyoming Indian Agent following World War I, McCoy was an expert on American Indian history, and was one of the few non-tribesmen to have a real fluency in Native sign language. Beginning his acting career at the end of the silent era, he starred in a successful run of westerns for a number of studios, eventually sharing top billing for a time with Buck Jones in the Rough Riders series.
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