Gun Smoke (1945 film)

Gun Smoke is a 1945 American film directed by Howard Bretherton. It is a Johnny Mack Brown B Western.

Gun Smoke
Directed byHoward Bretherton
Produced byCharles J. Bigelow
Written byFrank H. Young
StarringSee below
Music byEdward J. Kay
CinematographyMarcel Le Picard
Edited byJohn M. Foley
Release date
February 16, 1945
Running time
57 minutes
CountryUnited States


"Nevada Jack" McKenzie, retired marshal, comes upon a toppled stagecoach with two dead bodies. In the town of Pawnee, he learns that one of the victims, Hinkley, was an archaeologist who apparently had discovered the whereabouts of hidden Indian treasure.

With his friend Sandy Hopkins disguising himself as a medicine man, Nevada Jack investigates and finds that saloonkeeper Lucky Baker is behind the crimes, helped by a hired gun called Knuckles. With the help of cafe owner Jane and the dead man's son, Joel Hinkley, the two marshals fend off Lucky and his criminal band.



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