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Description: The Dalton gang has moved west taking fresh identities and Marshals Lash and Fuzzy are after them. They obtain support from Pinkerton agent Joan Talbot as they test to sort out who the terrible guys really are.
Description: Burly Johnny Mack Brown once again plays undercover U.S. Marshal Nevada McKenzie in this overly complicated series oater from low-budget Monogram. This time, McKenzie, who goes under the alias of Roy Ferris, is waylaid by would-be scene robber Cy Manning (John Merton) en route to the Bar X Ranch.
Description: Money Quinlan, owner of the Hauling Company, is the leader behind a gang of raiders who have been robbing stagecoaches between Mesquite and Deadwood. He hopes by doing so to drive his competitors out of business so that he can receive the railroad franchise for himself.....
Description: Knowing the Units is arriving to establish a post. Doc Hagan and his gang and the crooked Sheriff are trying to drive the ranchers off the land. When the gang wound a rancher, the Doc finishes him off with his needle. Running from the law again, Billy and his pals arrive and take up the ranchers fight. But when Billy's pal Jeff is wounded, Fuzzy unknowningly takes him to Doc Hagan.
Description: When Sheriff Hanley sends for Billy and his pals, they arrive to search him murdered and Ed Slade temporary Sheriff. When henchman test to wreck the newpaper they take up the fight. First they receive Fuzzy to run for Sheriff. Then Billy gets a confession from Slade as to the Sheriff's killer. On election day with the newspaper once again wrecked, they test to receive out a paper with Slade's confession.
Description: In the 19th and last of the PRC "Billy the Kid" series (first six with Bob Steele and last 13 with Buster Crabbe), a feud develops between the settlers and the railroad detectives in Red Rock Valley. Clem Barstow sends for Billy the Child and Fuzzy Jones to help. Buster suspects that Ward Tragg, chief of the railroad detectives, and Luther Sharp, land agent for the Western Railroad Company, are defrauding the settlers without the knowledge or sanction of the company. Billy and the settlers rustle off cattle, which have been illegally confiscated by Tragg and his men, in order to raise cash for Barstow to bid on a ranch which Sharp is illegally auctioning off. Billy discovers that the buy price on the deed has been altered and Barstow writes the company to send a boy to investigate. When Tragg learns about this, he makes plans to kidnap the railroad official.
Description: In this western, the terrible guy kills a rancher and a Texas ranger so that the zone of a copper mine will remain a secret. Other ranger goes undercover to catch the outlaw. The assassin hires him. His assignment is to make problem for the late rancher's daughter who has taken over the land. He cons her into to giving him the deed for the ranch. He takes it to the outlaw, but first he stops to warn the another rangers.
Description: Sheriff Tom Tracy is summoned to the sheep camp where he finds Old Boy Jenkins fatally wounded and, with his dying breath, accuses Ned Hampton, brother of the woman to whom Tom is engaged, of having shot him in the back.
Description: Filmed at Palmdale, California, this Tex Ritter Western continued a newest trend of limiting Ritter's trademark melody numbers in favor of rather ill staged fisticuffs and another action scenes. Ritter, who was never very lucky with his ever changing comic sidekicks, was here saddled with one Frank Mitchell, a Fresh Yorker visibly ill at ease on the celluloid range. Tex and Shorty (Mitchell) ride into Cinco Valley, a gold rich zone terrorized by marauders ostensibly lead by one Pablo (Martin Garralaga). Tex, however, recognizes Blackie (Earl Douglas), whose boss is Bannister (Warner Richmond), an American. Suspecting that Bannister and his henchmen are trying to drive the settlers off their potentially valuable land by posing as Mexican banditos, Tex convinces Pablo to support him set a trap for the marauders.
Description: In this his penultimate Western for low-budget company Monogram, Jack Randall assumed the identity of a murdered ranger in order to track down the killer. In the lawless city of Brimstone, the citizens are being terrorized by a gang of outlaws headed by Mason (Tom London), who, to no one's nice surprise, proves to be the very boy Jack has been trailing. The relieved citizens of Brimstone then elect Jack as their fresh sheriff. The murdered ranger's sister was played by Margaret Roach, the 19-year-old daughter of comedy producer Hal Roach. Ernie Adams replaced Glenn Strange (who himself had replaced Frank Yaconelli) as Randall's sidekick, Manny, and Nelson McDowell provided extra comic relief as Brimstone's busy undertaker.
Description: Monogram's Whip Wilson western series occasionally produced a better-than-average entry. In Range Land, Wilson and saddle pal Andy Clyde test to receive the goods on a gang of stagecoach bandits.
Description: To receive the herd on Six Gun Mesa, Carson has the owner and hands killed. But one hand, Dave Emmett was in city instead of with the cattle. So Carter kills a boy and frames Dave for the murder. Johnny Mack Brown arrives just in time to stop the lynching and sets out to search the true killer. Getting the Doctor who falsified the murder evidence drunk gets him the notification he wants and this leads to the showdown with Carson.
Description: In the heart of the American desert we search an old miner with his only daughter, he toiling day after day at his rocker-cradle in quest of the precious ore, while his cute daughter keeps his camp and makes it as comfortable as possible in this wilderness. Having secreted quite a shop of nuggets, his daughter persuades him to return to civilization, where they may play the fruits of their labor. Both are satisfied in the anticipation of what seems a bright future, and the woman begins to prepare their final food at the camp. While she is away at the spring getting water, a desert wanderer appears at the spring getting water, a desert wanderer appears at the camp, and at the sight of the old boy weighing his gold is seized with cupidity. He himself had toiled long in the wilds, but with no success, so he demands that the old boy divide his gains with him. This, of course, the miner decries, and the wanderer uses force. In the struggle the old boy is knocked down, and striking his head ...
Description: Whip Wilson rides again in the Monogram western Abilene Trail. Wilson and his grizzled sidekick Andy Clyde are accused of horse stealing, a hangin' offense around these here parts. Eluding the authorities, the men take jobs at a ranch where the true crook is hiding out.
Description: The Caravan Trail stars PRC Pictures' resident singing cowboy Eddie Dean. This time around, wagonmaster Dean is appointed sheriff of a lawless frontier territory. Instantly getting down to business, our character goes after a band of land-grabbing outlaws who've been terrorizing the homesteaders. The movie is stolen hands down by helping enjoy Al LaRue, who as "Lash" LaRue would eventually be awarded a western series of his own. Like most of Eddie Dean's 1946 releases, The Caravan Trail was lensed in the two-hued Cinecolor process. Read more at http://www.allmovie.com/movie/the-caravan-trail-v8165#ome2SWX8mH31k9yd.99
Description: Roy is an oil prospector. His efforts to receive drilling rights on an old Spanish land grant are countered by gamblers from an off-shore gambling boat determined to control the land (and oil) themselves.
Description: This is other of PRC's "Texas Rangers" series, starring Dave O'Brien and Jim Newell. This time, the Rangers' principal foe is a masked desperado. Evidently, the villain's main purpose in life is to disrupt the email service between two frontier communities. With O'Brien and Newell on the job, rest assured that the settlers will receive their bills and circulars on time.
Description: Charles Starrett plays two-fisted frontiersman Dart Collins in this slick Columbia "B" western. Collins wants to search out who's behind a series of gold-shipment robberies. So does heroine Judy Garfield (Iris Meredith), whose scene move business faces foreclosure if the holdups continue. It comes as no surprise that the crimes are being orchestrated by the very folks who wish to force Judy out of business.
Description: Barbara Evans has $25,000 and Gifford is after it. When his henchman fail to receive it he refuses to pay them. They then decide to double cross him and receive the cash for themselves. Gordon is trying to protect Barbara and he gotta not only take care of the two henchmen, but also Gifford and his phony Sheriff.
Description: Arizona Manhunt was the second entry in Republic's "Rough Ridin' Kids" series. Michael Chapin returns as Red, the precocious grandson of Sheriff White (James Bell), while Eilene Janssen likewise reappears as Red's greatest mate Judy. Once again, the two children receive involved with grown-up western desperadoes, in this situation the outlaw gang formerly controlled by Judy's foster father.
Description: Whip Wilson only gets to crack his trademark weapon once in this economic Western filmed in toto at the Iverson Film Ranch in Chatsworth, CA. A government agent, Wilson arrives in the near ghost city of Tunis, where his mate (Jim Bannon) is in problem with a couple of horse thieves. The latter are also terrorizing a homesteader, Texas Milburn (Fuzzy Knight), and his wife, Ruth (Barbara Woodell), and when the female sheriff Alice Long (Phyllis Coates) interferes, she finds herself taken hostage.
Description: After claim jumper Sanders kills a miner, he changes clothes with Perry. In pursuit, the Marshal kills Perry claiming he was the murderer. Setting out to clear Perry's name, Jimmy works his method into the outlaw game. But Sanders overhears Jimmy's plans and he and his boss Morgan set a trap to slay Jimmy.
Description: Monte Hale is cast as Ted Post, a Texas marshal who's on the trail of embezzler Larry Forester (Myron Healey). His find takes him to a remote frontier city that serves as an outlaw hideaway. All previous lawmen have been disposed of by city boss Bruce Burnett (Damian O'Flynn), who demands a hefty price for his services.
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Bill Storm (Harry Carey) is Texas Ranger who is sent to search out who has been passing counterfeit cash near the border. Along the method he meets a young girl, Beverly Dix (Kathleen Collins), who exemplifies the carefree spirit of the 1920's. Although Beverly is unaware of the true purpose of Storm and the counterfeiters around her, her father is keen to what is going on. A surprising revelation toward the soon part of the film makes the storyline more interesting.The pair of counterfeiters are introduced early in the movie with one urging the another not to spend all of his coins because they are "real money." At the time coins were silver and many folks distrusted paper money.Harry Carey was around fifty years old when this The Border Patrol was made. His mannerisms were generally cautious and definitely not reckless. Much like William Boyd in the soon Hopalong Cassidy features, Carey used wits rather than fists for most of the movie. There is some action toward the end of the movie, but it is limited. However, the action is exciting.Although The Border Patrol is a well made movie, the movie never advances toward greatness. The storyline stays focused, and the stage changes are logical. It is on a lvl with the average B westerns of the 1930's. It is not terrible in any way, but not great.
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