Bronco busters Hoot Gibson and Skeeter Bill Robbins catch a "Wild Horse" (1931) and are ready to claim the reward. But when a blackhat kills Robbins and frames Hoot, he'll have to avoid the sheriff to prove his innocence. AKA: "Silver Devil." Next, peace-loving Ken Maynard instigates rumors about his gunslinging prowess in the hopes of scaring off opponents, in "The Phantom Thunderbolt" (1932). A group of hooded and robed outlaws are trying to steal all of the land rights from the local ranchers and Tex Ritter must bring them to justice, in "The Mystery of the Hooded Horsemen" (1937). Following the Civil War, the South still had dangers to face. One of these was the carpetbagger, and in the rousing Roy Rogers/"Gabby" Hayes feature "Robin Hood of the Pecos" (1941), the rebels lead a revolt against the scoundrel. 4 hrs. total. Standard; Soundtrack: English.