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Description: Secret Serviceman Allen takes a job at Bart Stevens' mine in order to search evidence proving that Stevens is a email robber called Smoke Gublen. He does - but by then, he is in love with the man's sister - and to create things harder, Stevens saves his life...
Description: Set on the Mexican border in 1850, Terrible Boys of the Border was the first of seven Universal Westerns starring handsome Kirby Grant, a former singer from Montana who had earlier acted under the name Robert Stanton. The series, Universal's last attempt at competing with Republic Pictures' many streamlined B-Westerns, also featured the bucolic Fuzzy Knight as Grant's sidekick. Grant and Knight are undercover U.S. marshals tracking down a gang of counterfeiters. To their surprise, they are later assisted by a pretty Mexican dancehall performer, Dolores Mendoza (Armida), who proves to be an undercover agent as well, in her situation for the Mexican rurales headed by Captain Garcia (Francis McDonald).
Description: In this western, the character wars the terrible guys by impersonating the son of a rancher. The outlaws have been making the nice landowners pay fake taxes. Not only does the nice guy succeed in catching the terrible guys, he also catches himself the postmistress.
Description: In this action western, the notorious Dalton Men have decided to go straight and transport to Argentina. Just before they leave, they learn of a mate whose land is about to be seized by a greedy land company. Before they can help, the boy is killed by a company assassin. The brothers do manage to rescue his widow and head for the hills. There, they decide to revert back to outlaw life. Meanwhile, a newspaper publisher's daughter falls for one of the brothers.
Description: We begin off seeing Mix giving his sweetheart (Victoria Ford) a gift and having the another cowboys laugh at him. Other boy then tries going after the woman and later he and Mix are trying to prove which one deserves her. Only 8 mins are known to exist.
Description: A B-Western character since the late silent era, Bob Steele would hang up his spurs after a final four westerns for director Harry L. Fraser. In the opener, The Navajo Kid, Steele, as he had so many times before, went in find of the villain, or villains, who murdered his foster-father and stole both ring and watch. The trail leads straight to Canyon City, Texas, and smooth cardsharp Honest John Grogan (I. Stanford Jolley), who is in possession of both the stolen items. But Grogan has an ironclad alibi for the time of the murder, an alibi confirmed by none another than Sheriff Roy Landon (Edward Cassidy). The Navajo Child was produced independently by Arthur Alexander and Alfred Stern and released by PRC. Leading lady Caren Marsh had been Judy Garland's stand-in during the making of The Sorcerer of Oz (1939).
Description: Statehood for Wyoming became the weighty focal mission in this very low-budget melody Western from poverty row company PRC, which served to introduce Eddie Dean as the company's recent singing cowboy. Old Ma Conway (Sarah Padden) champions statehood for Wyoming, believing the measure would place an end to the territory's lawlessness; but the elderly girl is opposed by cattle buyer and tax assessor Lee Landow (Ian Keith and greedy banker Dixon (Robert Barron). When Ma offers her opinion in a newspaper article, Landow sends his henchman Ringo (Rocky Camron) to place the fear of God in the woman.
Description: Partners in most of the low-budget Texas Rangers Westerns, Tex Ritter and Dave O'Brien are at loggerheads through the greater part of this slow-moving entry, the last in the series. In fact, despite a game card that reads, "Tex Ritter and Dave O'Brien as the Texas Rangers," Ritter now works on Lorraine Miller's ranch. Peggy Barlou (Miller) is the young rancher who refuses to sell her spread to greedy stage-line proprietor John Rankin (Edward Howard). Tex Haines (Ritter), meanwhile, is accused of killing Bill Dugan (Art Fowler), Rankin's bodyguard, but eludes capture long enough to hook up with Dave Wyatt (O'Brien) and Panhandle Perkins (Guy Wilkerson), a couple of rangers in disguise.
Description: Flame of the West has everytime attracted more attention than most of Johnny Mack Brown's Monogram westerns, if for no another reason than the offbeat casting of Douglass Dumbrille. Usually seen in villainous roles, Dumbrille herein offers a sincere, effective performance as a scrupulously honest US marshal called Nightlander. When he takes on a gang of crooked gamblers, Nightlander is shot down in cold blood, compelling frontier doctor John Poole (Johnny Mack Brown) to place his Hippocratic oath on the back burner and strap on the shootin' irons.
Description: Johnny Mack Brown is back as Nevada Jack McKenzie in Frontier Feud. Once again, Nevada and his grizzled sidekick Sandy (Raymond Hatton) are US marshals posing as drifters. Rancher Joe (Dennis Moore) is accused of a series of murders, but Nevada and Sandy manage to prove that other boy is the guilty party.
Description: The Child (Duncan Renaldo) masquerades as a government inspector in this pleasant, and pleasantly tuneful, Cisco Child series entry. Learning that his old mates have been killed and Manuel Gonzales (Tito Renaldo) wrongly accused of cattle rustling by corrupt district officer Miguel Sanchez (George J. Lewis), the Child assumes the identity of the murdered government official.
Description: This Columbia western starring Charles Starrett finds Steve Randall (Charles Starrett) forming a radio present with Jimmy Wakely (Jimmy Wakely) and his Saddle Pals, and are in city for a rodeo. Reporter Connie Pearson (Constance Worth) persuades them to visit Marty Jones (Elvin Fields), a fatherless boy, who has been sent to a boy's home after stealing Steve's wallet, ran by Tom Goodwin (Forrest Taylor.) Marty says Steve that the home is a phony and is a front for cattle rustlers. Steve passes the notification on to Connie, who doesn't trust him, so he and Jimmy wire the ranch for sound. They are caught and Goodwin turns them over to Sheriff Barnes (Edmund Cobb), and then plans to skip the country
Description: In this western, a cowpoke gets in an argument; a scuffle ensues leaving the cowboy to trust that he killed his opponent. He is so wracked with guilt that he travels to the ranch of the dead man's sister, gives himself a fresh name and starts supporting her. Rustlers come; he stops them. Problem ensues after she learns his real identity. A scuffle ensues. She wings him with a gun; he disarms her. Soon she hears the true murderer bragging about his crime during a war with the hero.
Description: Monogram added few songs and a barn dance to this otherwise standard Johnny Mack Brown hay burner, in which the veteran cowboy star comes to the aid of a beleaguered female rancher. Just "drifting along," Steve Garner (Mack Brown) obtains the job of foreman on a spread belonging to cute Pat McBride (Lynne Carver). Unbeknownst to Pat, local banker Jack Dailey (Douglas Fowley) not only holds the mortgage on the ranch but is also the boy responsible for the death of Pat's father. Read more at http://www.allmovie.com/movie/drifting-along-v90041#OtPRR6jLd1ubhlQv.99
Description: Indian Agent Kip Lewis arrives in Gun City where Buckskin Sawyer is having her payroll shipments robbed by Indians. Kip and his boys are ready the next time and learn the robbers are white boys dressed as Indians. Kip finds Davy Sawyer's situation at the stage and confronts him. When Davy accuses Talbot whom he lent it to, Talbot shoots him. But Davy names Talbot before he dies and Kip goes after him.
Description: Wells Fargo agents Jack Douglas (Kirby Grant) and Bosco O'Toole (Fuzzy Knight) are sent after a gang of scene robbers. Danny Burton (Bernard Thomas, brother of Laura Burton (Jane Adams, is implicated before Jack is able to prove that saloon owner Lee Fain (Danny Morton) is the boy behind the outlaw gang.
Description: Returning G.I. Curt Norton (Ken Curtis), owner of a radio station, finds his father Amos (Guy Kibbee) has allowed the station to run down and has squandered Curt's cash in terrible investments in war-surplus material. Eddie Jackson (Robert Kellard), who owns the rival station, is also attracted to Curt's sweetheart Jean White (Joan Barton). When Curt and the Hoosier Hotshots successfully scene an auction to raise money, Eddie hires Mimi Carston (Claudia Drake) to claim that Curt married her in France.
Description: The satisfied Indians live in Antelope Valley and Eddie is the fresh Indian Agent. Everything seems fine until the city selectmen wish the valley occupied by the Indians because it includes silver. So they hire outlaw Indians and Chico to begin problem hoping that the units will forcibly remove them from the valley and they will claim it. But Father Sullivan and Eddie trust the Indians are being wronged even though they cannot convince anyone else.
Description: Eddie and his sidekicks have been named in to support receive a fresh telegraph line through. Dawson and his boys along with his stooge Judge are out to stop them. When Eddie and the men catch three of Dawson's boys destroying telegraph equipment, the Judge releases them and this leads to the showdown between the two sides.
Description: Eddy Arnold (Eddy Arnold), singing star of the Ace Lucky (Kirby Grant) radio tool gets involved when Ace's equipment for a tv tool is destroyed by a fire. Aces accepts the sponsorship of social-climber Lucille Upperworth Isabel Randolph), who tries to revamp the western/hillbilly melody format to classical music.
Description: Dusty Smith arrives and takes a job on a ranch that is losing cattle to rustlers. When the rustlers strike again the cattle cannot be found but Dusty shoots one of the rustlers. Arrested for murder, Dusty is broken out of jail and the true outlaws place in the cell. Dusty then has them released figuring they will lead him to the hideout and the missing cattle.
Description: An obscure entry in the musical Western cycle, Swing, Cowboy, Swing was produced by and starred country & western bandleader Cal Shrum. Shrum and his band, the Rhythm Rangers, are warned away from testing a theater in Large Bend by Cal's brother, Walt Shrum and his Colorado Hillbillies. Ignoring the warning, the Rhythm Rangers arrive at the theater only to be shot at by a masked stranger. With the support of stranded vaudeville performer Maximum "Alibi" Terhune and his dummy Elmer, Cal manages to catch the mystery shooter who turns out to be Frank Lawson (Frank Ellis). The movie apparently did not generate enough interest for a series, but was re-released by Astor Pictures in 1949 under the game Terrible Boy From Large Bend.
Description: Starring Ken Curtis and the hayseed singing group the Hoosier Hot Shots, this musical Western is really Lady for a Day with a switch in gender. Rotund Guy Kibbee is Dusty Nelson, the handyman at the Bar B dude ranch, whose daughter Susan (Jeff Donnell) is arriving with her socialite fiancee, Jerome Winston (Robert Scott). Susan believes her father owns the ranch, and to spare Dusty any embarrassment, the Hot Shots, ranch manager Curt Durant (Curtis) and sidekick Large Man Stover (Guinn "Big Boy" Williams) accept to continue the deception. Read more at http://www.allmovie.com/movie/cowboy-blues-v88020#S45hJWK4wC6CPu4t.99
Description: U.S. Marshals "Nevada Jack" McKenzie and "Sandy" Hopkins, working undercover, investigate a plot to rob a widow and her daughter of a mine which they know to be filled with gold-laden ore, but the widow believes it has played out. A hermit, hanging around the mine and killing, impartially, anyone who enters the mine, impedes the investigation somewhat.
Description: The period is the 1840's and Greg Thurston is out to establish his own empire out of a huge zone of the west. He needs rifles to give to the Indians but Monte Hale breaks up his attack on the supply train. But when they receive them by robbing the warehouse, Monte suspects Thuston who had the another key. He follows Thurston only to be caught by him just as Thurston launches his final large attack.
Description: Taylor's boys are robbing incoming supply wagons to enable Taylor to sell goods at inflated prices. The Vigilantes led by Frank Jackson are doing the same so the ranchers won't starve. Marshals Lash and Fuzzy arrive to test and search the true culprits.
Description: In this western, a character prevents a stagecoach robbery and wins the respect and confidence of a mine owner and a cute girl who is going west to see her sister. Two outlaws next test to jump the miner's claim.
Description: Singing cowboy Monte Hale plays "himself" in the Republic western Last Frontier Uprising. Actually, he's not really himself, but a federal agent, dispatched to Texas to purchase horses on behalf of the government. Hale runs up vs a vicious gang of horse thieves, including such veteran western difficult situations as Roy Barcroft and Philip van Zandt. The romantic interest is in the dainty hands of Adrian Booth, who used to go by the name of Lorna Gray. Place together with the standard Republic efficiency, The Last Frontier Uprising benefits from the breathless direction of Lesley Selander.
Description: In his final starring car as a singing cowboy, Ken Curtis saves Doc Henderson's Medicine Present from being robbed by the Morrell gang but soon earns the enmity of Carolyn (Jennifer Holt) when he blames the troupe for polluting a local watering hole. Arriving in town, the medicine show, which consists of Doc Henderson himself (Holmes Herbert), Taffy (Noel Neill), the singing group the Hoosier Hot Shots and Carolyn, start their performance while Curt is unsuccessfully attempting to stop the Morrell gang from robbing the bank. The sheriff mistakes Curt for one of the gang, and to save their friend, Curt's buddies Biscuit (Guy Kibbee) and Large Man (Guinn "Big Boy" Williams) stampede their cattle through town. In order to clear his nice name, Curt and his mates go in find of the true bank robbers, who as it turns out are working under orders from Doc Henderson. Leading lady Holt was the daughter of veteran star Jack Holt.
Description: Ann and Tom Howard arrive from the east to take up ranching. But Tom wants to return and forges his sister's name to the deed and sells it to Larson. Eddie knows there is silver ore in the zone and that Lawson, who killed the Sheriff, is out to receive all the ranches. When Lawson appoints himself the fresh Sheriff, Eddie organizes the ranchers to war Lawson and his men.
Description: In this low-budget Western from PRC, Marshal Cheyenne (Al "Lash" LaRue) and his sidekick Fuzzy Q. Jones (Al St. John) are looking into the strange goings-on in the city of Buffalo Gap. A ranger (Bob Woodward) has been killed and the trail leads to a gang headed by Bill Judd (Jack Ingram). There is yet other killing, young Al Walters (Steve Drake) is brutally shot by Judd after calling gambler Grayson (Terry Frost) a cheat. But the sheriff (Henry Hall) seems remarkably hesitant to arrest the culprit and may be taking his orders from a mystery boss, who operates out of a shack in the wilderness. Teaming up with Al's cute sister, Betty and her Uncle Bob (William Fawcett), Cheyenne and Fuzzy go in find of the mystery villain.
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An expert rider infiltrates a gang of rodeo crooks.Reviewer boblipton's correct—this is a lesser matinée western. But it does have the nice Bob Steele. He may be only 5'5'', however his short stature is pure bundled energy. Nobody in these oaters puts more vim and vigor into difficult riding and choreographed brawls than Steele, and he makes audiences trust it. Both are on nice display here. For Gibson, I expect the film was above all a payday since he does tiny more than observe and comment. But then he is well into middle-age (52).Boblipton's also right about the poorly blended stock footage. Still, for those who play pageantry, it's fun watching all those vintage cowboys and Indians parade across the rodeo grounds from a time long ago when they were likely the true thing. Anyhow, I liked scoping out the winsome Beatrice Gray who is quite lively and charming. So, despite the terrible production values and leaden script, there remain few compensating features.
Hoot Gibson plays the old Marshall who sends Bob Steele out to deal with some terrible 'uns who have some sort of scam going on in rodeos in this competent but uninspiring B western from Monogram. It's clearly intended for the Saturday matinée market. Hoot doesn't receive to do much, mostly stand around and react, but Bob Steele is okay as the feller who speaks low, speaks slow and doesn't tell much. There are a couple of nice action sequences -- the stagecoach sequence has some fine riding and stunt work -- but the overall result is that it's largely a waste of time eked out with stock footage from another western films, some of which look like they were pulled out Edison actualities from the 1900s and fitted out with random crowd noises. Efforts to match movie stocks effect in cinematography that is blurry and patchy.Even for the cheaper B westerns of the era, this one is difficult to take. I'd avoid it.
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