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Pueblo Terror (1931)

Passed  -  Romance | Western  -  15 April 1931 (USA)
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Bill Sommers is after Weston for cutting off the ranchers water supply and then buying up their ranches. But the real culprit is his foreman Ballon who now kills a man and frames Bill for ... See full summary »

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Cast

Cast overview:
Jay Wilsey ...
Bill Sommers (as Buffalo Bill Jr.)
Jack Harvey ...
John Weston
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Helen Weston
James P. Spencer ...
Pedro (as Jim Spencer)
Aline Goodwin ...
Martha Morgan
Art Mix ...
Yakima Canutt ...
Ballen, crooked Foreman
Horace B. Carpenter ...
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Al Ferguson ...
Henchman Al
Hank Bell ...
Henchman Hank
Robert Walker ...
Bob Morgan
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Bill Sommers is after Weston for cutting off the ranchers water supply and then buying up their ranches. But the real culprit is his foreman Ballon who now kills a man and frames Bill for the murder. Bill now has to bring in Ballon while avoiding the Sheriff and his posse who are on his trail. Written by Maurice VanAuken <mvanauken@a1access.net>

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An All-Talking Western Drama

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Romance | Western

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15 April 1931 (USA)  »

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Paradise Valley  »

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This film was believed lost. Greg Luce found it in his attic and it's now available through Sinister Cinema. See more »

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One for Horace Carpenter fans!
13 September 2014 | by See all my reviews

Not one of Alvin J. Nietz's best films, this one was obviously lensed on a very thin budget. Nevertheless, Nietz does what he can with the second-rate actors and third-rate props at his disposal and uses his natural settings to advantage. Jay Wilsey (masquerading as Buffalo Bill, Jr.), makes a too stoic and somewhat uninteresting hero while Miss Wanda Hawley is somewhat miscast as the heroine. She doesn't convince as a rich upper-cruster at all, whereas as a saloon trollop she would have been perfect. Mind you, Jack Harvey is no great shakes as a millionaire either. Fortunately, although he appears way down the cast list, Yakima Canutt has a major role as the villain and is easily the best of a bad lot so far as acting goes, although Horace B. Carpenter runs him close as the incompetent sheriff.


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