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Description: In this romantic western, the true stars are a mustang and a police dog. The human aspect of the storyline centers on a rodeo rider whose late father bequeathed him a ranch in Calgary, Canada. The rider really tries to settle down to ranching, but finds himself pining for the rodeo. His forewoman, also a former rodeo performer, thinks her employer is shirking his duties and needs to forget about broncos, and bull-riding and settle down. Meanwhile, the fellow also longs to catch the white stallion running wild. The dog supports out.
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Description: Creator Robert Louis Stevenson takes a trip to Napa Valley, California, in 1880 and gets involved in the exploits of a stagecoach driver who captures a hooded highwayman named The Monk. Supposedly inspired by a real incident, this offbeat Western based on Stevenson's The Silverado Squatters is a dandy, high-spirited journey yarn.
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Don't be fooled by the slightly silly-sounding game - 'Romance On the Range' is one of the very greatest of Roy Rogers' movies from the early '40s. There's nothing terribly unusual about the plot, but all of its elements - tight scripting, nice cast, nice direction, pretty cinematography and perfect melody - come together in just the right method to create it a solid and entertaining B-Western.The villains in this instance are fur thieves looting the traps on the ranch where Roy, Gabby Hayes and the Sons of the Pioneers work as foreman, camp cook and cowhands, respectively. Roy & Co. take a private interest when other cowhand (noted stuntman Henry Wills in an uncredited bit part) is murdered after stumbling onto the gang at work. Meanwhile, the ranch's absentee owner (Linda Hayes, in the greatest of her three roles opposite Roy) also takes an interest in the situation and decides to come West incognito to do some investigating of her own, posing as a mate of her excitable maid Sally Payne, who coincidentally has been corresponding with ranch hand Pat Brady through a Lonely Hearts club. The nice guys take the requisite amount of time to realize who the terrible guys are, leaving plenty of room for fun, mishaps and melody along the way. George 'Gabby' Hayes is at his very greatest as the cantankerous ranch cook, especially in one absolutely hysterical sequence where he tries to scare the women away from the ranch by testing on their fear of wild animals. There's also an exceptional line-up of villains in this one - besides brains massive Edward Pawley we have Glenn Strange, Roy Barcoft, who provides a humorous running gag with a taste for sleight-of-hand and tricky 'gadgets,' and an especially nasty Harry Woods. As the icing on the cake, Roy and the Sons are in fine voice, performing five outstanding musical numbers, of which the highlight is the irresistibly toe-tapping showstopper 'Sing As You Work.' Altogether, a must-see for fanatics of Roy's, B-Western enthusiasts or just anyone who likes a fun and well-crafted tiny film.
Romance Rides The Range has Roy Rogers and the Sons Of The Pioneers as foreman and ranch hands for absentee owner, society woman Linda Hayes. The zone has a sideline in fur trapping, but it's poaching those furs and not cattle rustling that Roy's concerned about.So is Hayes and she decides to go to her ranch to investigate herself, but go incognito. She and her maid Sally Payne go and say no one who Hayes is. As it turns out Payne has a correspondence man mate among the hands in Pat Brady.There are some intelligent poachers that Roy has to deal with that contain perennial western villains Roy Barcroft, Harry Woods, and Glenn Strange. They also have a really thick sheriff in Hal Taliaferro as well.Some of Roy's banter with Linda Hayes was nice, but would work far better when Dale Evans was cast as his leading lady in movie and in life. Still Roy and Hayes have some great dialog between them.This maybe the first time Pat Brady was prominently featured in a Roy Rogers western. Pat was a funny guy and stroked a mean bass fiddle. But seeing him out on the range accompanying the Sons Of The Pioneers was a bit much. The tradition of the singing cowboy has a basis when cowboys were riding herd especially at night, they would sing to the cattle to hold them calm. But I doubt that anyone would package a bass fiddle on the range.This is also a change from 19th century to 20th century settings for Roy Rogers films. And he used a nice movie to do it in.
Along with Nevada City, thus far, my favourite Roy Rogers film. This one has the added premium of a choice of the uncut original accessible at YouTube.......Here, we are dealing with the theft of valuable trapped animals, rather than the usual cows or gold or money. Roy is foreman of the Arrowhead ranch, and Gabby Hayes is the cook. Since the fresh owner of the ranch: Joan Stuart(Linda Hayes), lives in NYC, and has never been to the ranch, Jerome Banning(Ed Farley) has been appointed manager of the ranch. Because the number of pelts sold in newest months has been seriously declining, Joan is worried that the ranch may go bankrupt, despite assurances by Banning. Instead of sending a spy, Joan decides to be that spy, incognito, of course. She takes her maid, Sally(Sally Payne), along, who serendipitously has a correspondence boyfriend at that ranch! It takes a while to figure out that Banning is the mastermind behind the disappearing trapped animals, while Glenn Strange, as Stokes, is his field boss.......Roy is especially peeved that one of his boys was shot dead in the field, presumably by the fur animal thieves. This instigates him to look seriously for the thieves. He and the Sons of the Pioneers hands catch up with a rare truck on a ranch road. The driver claims he has no furs. When Roy goes to take a look, the driver bolts, leaving his partner behind, with Gabby as his guard. The boy cleverly shows Gabby a trick with a tiny hollow cylinder of wood, having Gabby place a finger in every end of the cylinder, then said to pull it out. He can't. The boy escapes. But, Gabby uses this trick to soon break the gang out of jail, using it on the gullible sheriff, who comes over so Gabby can present him how to receive it off. They take his ring of keys and slug him. This happened just in the knick of time, as there was an mad mob outside itching to lynch them. So, how did Roy and gang manage to be blamed for the killing of a ranch hand, and theft of fur animals? Well, evil Banning got the concept of getting rid of Roy by complaining about the 2 girls staying at the ranch, telling this was not a dude ranch. Roy got upset and punched Banning, causing Banning to fire Roy. The another ranch hands quit in response. Gabby complained that it just showed that girls are born troublemakers.The dispossessed, including the women, decided to take up temporary residence in a cabin on the property. A boy comes galloping up and says them he heard 2 boys talking about depositing some furs in a zone Roy knew about. The rider then galloped on. Roy and the others rode to this place, and there was indeed a pile of pelts there. Unfortunately, the sheriff and posse happened to come by later after, and assumed they were the trapped animal thieves. Intelligent thieves! .......As the boys and girls were cleaning up the cabin, they sang a catchy tune "Sing as You Work". Another songs that I especially liked were "Rocky Mountain Lullaby" and "O-o-oh, Unbelievable World". In general, the songs were more memorable than in most Rogers films........As usual, Gabby took the spotlight when he was on camera. He decided to have some fun at the expense of the 2 town girls. So, just before bedtime, he said them about a tons of fearsome monsters that come out at night. A tiny later, we search him crawling around, dressed in furs, making a scary sounding noise, frightening the girls to death. Vert funny! He wasn't comfortable with girls around. For one thing, they usually wanted to push him aside and do the cooking. He almost quit few times on acc of the women.........See it at YouTube.
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