A feud between two gangs in Chinatown breaks out into a tong war.

Millioniare Curran (Lloyd Ingraham), thinking his son (George O'Brien) too intellectual, sends him west to learn logging at one of his lumber camps. Unknown to his father, Grant Curan is a professional wrestler and easily able to handle the thugs that attack him at the lumber camp. This enables him to stay on the job and he soon reveals how his father is being cheated by the local boss.

A phony spiritualist (Mischa Auer) hypnotizes the daughter (Phyllis Barrington) of a wealthy banker (Ralph Lewis) in a scheme to swindle the banker out of his money. A reporter (Earl McCarthy) investigating the swami discovers the plot, determines to expose it.

Tony Blair (Richard Tucker), a producer of Broadway plays, is murdered on a California-bound passenger liner, and a series of events leads to an assumption that Claire Norvelle (Aileen Pringle) has committed the killing. Despite the fact that Blair was an obnoxious character, murder is murder and Barbara is accused of the crime. Complications arise when another murder occurs. The startling solution clears Barbara and provides a surprising explanation of the two murders.

A successful roulette player wrongfully convicted of murder escapes custody and goes in search of the real killer.

Roy Rogers, posing as The Carson City Kid, is seeking vengeance on Morgan Reynolds (Bob Steele), the man who killed his brother. To find Reynolds in the gold towns, he systematically stops stagecoaches and goes through the mail, hoping to find letters addressed to Reynolds and thusly learn his whereabouts. Thus "The Kid" earns the reputation of a stagecoach robber, although he never takes anything, and the reputation is enhanced by the fact that he travels with Laramie (Francis McDonald), a notorious half-breed outlaw.

During World War I, a German spy and a British spy (Conrad Veidt and Vivien Leigh) meet and fall in love. Both are stationed in neutral Stockholm and serve as conduits for intelligence for their respective governments.

U. S. Army Intelligence Service Lieutenant Jerry Burke (Roy Rogers) is sent to Denver to investigate Indian uprisings and internal trouble which threaten the success of the Union cause. He is accompanied by his sidekick Gabby Whittaker (George Hayes). On the westward-bound stagecoach, they meet Lylah Stanford (Pauline Moore) and Etta Mae (Maude Eburne). Lylah is on her way to Denver to be married.

When his younger brother, Steve (Del Erickson), is killed racing a hot-rod, Jeff Northup (John Smith) blames himself for the accident since he had built the car for his brother and had encouraged him to race it, with other boys on a special course provided by police detective Ben Merrill (Chuck Connors), who is working to reduce the city's hot-rod fatalities by providing supervision for the dangerous hobby. Jeff withdraws from participating in races on Merrill's course and, without his leadership, revert to racing on the streets.

The mighty Thor finds that it's hard to juggle more than one beauty at a time when he encounters the Queen of the Amazon and her army of women gladiators.


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