Neal Hart, a distant relative of William S. Hart, both directed, adapted, and starred in this low-budget Western-melodrama about a ranch foreman framed for the murder of a deputy sheriff. Barry Huston comes the the assistance of his beleaguered boss, John Tucker, who is about to lose his property to an evil mortgage lender. The money lender frames the do-gooder in the killing of a deputy but is himself double-crossed by an equally greedy partner. Cleared of all charges, Huston can sell the Tucker cattle and save the ranch. As a reward, he wins the love of Tucker's nurse. Based on an original story by Romaine Lowdermilk, Tucker's Top Hand was produced by William Steiner, photographed by Al Siegler, and edited by Fred Burnworth.
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