Two Gun Man was one of the better entries in Ken Maynard's variable western series for Tiffany Productions. Armed with a brace of six-shooters, Maynard takes on a gang of cattle rustlers. For a while it looks as though he's one of the crooks himself, but Ken would never disillusion his millions of fans (not while the cameras were turning, anyway). It turns out that the thieves are themselves cattlemen, bound and determined to drive all competition out of the territory. Lucille Powers, Charles King and Lafe McKee fulfill their usual "B"-western roles as heroine, villain and grizzled comedy sidekick, respectively.