Feud of the West

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Released 1936

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1936
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Feud of the West is a 1936 black-and-white western directed by Harry L. Fraser. In the film, a heated feud is developing between ranchers Greg Walters (Ed Cassidy) and Hawk Decker (Bob Kortman). The feud begins with a few stolen horses and escalates to murder. Greg Walters fears that someone may try to kill him next, so he hires rodeo rider, "Whitey" Revell (Hoot Gibson), to help him figure out what is going on, and determine if someone is trying to murder him. Whitey agrees to help the older rancher and goes undercover to investigate what is really going on. In his investigation, he learns valuable details about the feud, but not before he is accused of a heinous crime himself. In order to flee arrest, Whitey goes on the run, but he can't let go of what he knows. Will Whitey continue to run, or will he return to town and expose what he knows?
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