Honor of the Range is a masterful showcase for cowboy superstar Ken Maynard. A jack of all trades, Maynard employs his trick riding, singing, multiple character playing, and even dancing in this dark and thrilling Western adventure. Maynard stars in the film twice as twin brothers Ken and Clem: one upstanding, one shifty and possibly crazy. When Clem helps outlaw villain Rawhide (Fred Kohler) steal money from Ken, Ken must tackle both this sinister gangster and his own brother! Maynard plays both sides beautifully. And speaking of beauty, this film has some of the better cinematography in a 1930’s Western. The end of this film, involving a furiously played Wurlitzer organ, has become famous and doesn’t fail to thrill to this day. Honor of the Range is a power packed ride through the shadows in the Old West!