Everyman's Law
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Everyman's Law
By the time Supreme Pictures released the Johnny Mack Brown western Everyman's Law in New York, Supreme had been liquidated and Brown was gainfully employed at Universal. The star is cast as "The Dog Town Kid," a Texas Ranger who is posing as a notorious outlaw. Hoping to get the goods on a crooked land baron, the Kid hires himself out to the villain. While thus employed, he manages to avert a range war and to win the hand of the heroine (Beth Marion). This is the sort of western in which the leading lady wears an up-to-date 1930s wardrobe even while the supporting characters… More