|Harry L. Fraser||Director|
|William A. Berke||Producer|
Fred Kohler Jr. is The Pecos Kid in this low-budget horse opera. When his family is murdered by the minions of a greedy land baron, the Kid vows revenge. Armed with pearl-handled pistols, he endeavors to reclaim the deed to his family estate, originally granted by the King of Spain. Though tall in the saddle and handy with his fists, Fred Kohler Jr., like his more famous father, had a sinister edge about him. He was more suited to the brutish villainies of such characters as Scrub White in John Ford's Young Mr. Lincoln (1939).