Bar-Z Bad Men (1937)
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Jim Waters arrives at Ed Parks' ranch to find Parks' cattle herd mysteriously increased. Hamp Harvey has been losing cattle and he suspects Parks. But the culprit is Harvey's foreman Brent who gets his orders from the town's leading citizen Sig Barstell. Barstell wants Harvey's ranch and after trying to frame Harvey by killing Parks, Waters takes over and goes after both the killer and the rustlers.
Texas cowhand Jim Waters buys an interest in Ed Parks' "Bar Z Ranch" in Arizona, which borders on the "Bar 7 Ranch", owned by Hamp Harvey. Sig Bostell---as in Bostell---knows a railroad is to be built in the district and has a land-grab scheme going to take possession of both ranches. He has Harvey's foreman, Brent, change the brands on the Bar-7 cattle and run them onto the Bar-Z in order to create a feud between the two ranches. Brent murders Parks and makes it appear that Harvey was the culprit. The new CO-OWNER of the Bar Z, Jim Waters, sets out to prove otherwise.
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