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Near the Rainbow's End (1930)

Passed | | Western | 10 June 1930 (USA)
It's cattleman Bledsoe against sheep man Wilson and his crooked partner Rankins. When Wilson balks at Rankins' plans, Rankins kills him and blames Tom Bledsoe. But unknown to Rankins there was a witness.

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Jim Bledsoe
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Tom Bledsoe
Al Ferguson ...
Buck Rankin
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Tug Wilson (as Al Hewston)
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Ruth Wilson
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Storyline

Despite past friendliness, cattle ranchers Tom and Jim Bledsoe, father and son, fence off their range to prevent its use by neighboring sheep ranchers Tug Wilson and Buck Rankin, suggesting that they hope to end their recent loss of cattle. Rankin (not Rankins) shoots Tug, who is unaware of Rankin's lawless activities, in an argument and Jim is accused of murder and also stampeding the sheep. Believing Jim is guilty, Tug's daughter, Ruth, aids Buck in capturing Jim, but he escapes. Ruth gets help from Sheriff Hank Bosley, and a sheepherder, Sanchez, reveals Rankin's responsibility for both the rustling of Bledsoe's cattle and the killing of Wilson. Written by Les Adams <longhorn1939@suddenlink.net>

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Western

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Passed
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10 June 1930 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

A Vingança do Pastor  »

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(RCA Photophone System)

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1.20 : 1
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The same names of the characters appeared in Ken Maynard's The Pocatello Kid (1931). See more »

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Ro-Ro-Rollin' Along
Written by Harry Richman, Billy Moll and Murray Mencher
Sung by Cowhand Band
Reprised by Bob Steele and Perry Murdock
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