Doc Cures a Killer. (&) Gunman's Code

Tuttle, Burl

Published by Hollywood
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Title: Doc Cures a Killer. (&) Gunman's Code

Publisher: Hollywood

Binding: No Binding

Book Condition: Collectible-Very Good


Two typewritten manuscripts, not dated, ca. 1940s, 30 pages total. He notes word totals of approximately 3,000 and 5,000. In "Doc Cures a Killer" set in Arizona in the 1920s/30s, a doctor saves his girl friend, who is a rodeo trick rider, from an outlaw. In "Gunman's Code" which takes place in the West when settlers and large cattle ranchers were fighting over land, two outlaw gunfighters patch up their differences to defend a girl, oppressed settlers, and themselves. Burl Tuttle wrote western stories for such magazines as The Masked Rider Western Magazine. He is credited as being the writer of "Neath Arizona Skies" (1934), an early John Wayne movie. In 1950 his "Six Gun Rhythm" was published by Grafton Books. These two stories may be unpublished. Bookseller Inventory # 6453

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