Two-Fisted Justice

  • 1931
  • Movie
  • NR
  • Western

At the start of the Civil War, President Lincoln sends Tyler out to Kentucky for service. There he finds the usual assortment of outlaws and Injuns. He rescues a young boy, the sole survivor of an Indian attack on a wagon train. Later, Tyler must face off against Walling and his boys when a murder is committed. The film starts off slowly, and despite a...read more

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At the start of the Civil War, President Lincoln sends Tyler out to Kentucky for service. There he finds the usual assortment of outlaws and Injuns. He rescues a young boy, the sole survivor of an Indian attack on a wagon train. Later, Tyler must face off against Walling and his boys

when a murder is committed. The film starts off slowly, and despite a few good action sequences never gets off the ground. Some poor photography and too many indoor sequences further detract. Acting is the usual for the genre.

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  • Rating: NR
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