Boss Cowboy (1934)/Circle Canyon (1933)
He may not be from Nebraska or ride near the river, but Buddy Roosevelt is a Western hero who was born in the U.S.A. and is always ready to keep any outlaw darkness on the edge of town, in "Boss Cowboy." With Francis Morris, George Chesebro, Bud Osborne. And, remade by Monogram Pictures in 1934 as "'Neath the Arizona Skies," the Superior (and superior) oater "Circle Canyon" has two rival gangs trying to steal the oil-rich land of a young orphan and her adoptive father living in Oklahoma. When the man is shot by outlaws, he discovers that one of his pals is involved in a plot to kidnap his daughter. Roosevelt, June Mathews, Clarise Woods star. 99 min. total.