“Tombstone Canyon” is a 1932 American Western film directed by Alan James and starring Ken Maynard. The movie follows Maynard’s character, Ken, as he investigates a series of murders in a town called Red Rock. The murders have been committed by a mysterious villain who wears a black hood and is known as “The Rattler.”
Ken arrives in Red Rock and quickly becomes involved in the investigation of The Rattler’s crimes. Along the way, he meets a beautiful young woman named Barbara (played by Cecilia Parker), who is also investigating the murders. Ken and Barbara team up to solve the mystery and bring The Rattler to justice.
As they search for clues, Ken and Barbara find themselves in perilous situations, including a run-in with a gang of outlaws and a dangerous ride through Tombstone Canyon. In the end, they discover the true identity of The Rattler and are able to bring him to justice.
“Tombstone Canyon” is a classic B-Western that features all of the elements of the genre, including daring heroics, thrilling action scenes, and a suspenseful mystery. Ken Maynard’s performance as the hero is strong and charismatic, and the film’s plot is engaging and entertaining. Overall, “Tombstone Canyon” is a must-see for fans of classic Westerns.
Ken Maynard, Cecilia Parker, Sheldon Lewis