Episode 13: Clearing the Range
Is Hoot Gibson's character a wimp who is too timid to go after his brother's murderer? Or is he sly dog masquerading as a Mexican bandido who terrorizes the killer until he's finally caught red-handed? Find out in this 1931 picture shot in the Santa Clarita Valley, most notably at Vasquez Rocks where Henry Krieg rented now-long-gone cabins to Hollywood film makers in the 1930s