After Rob Russell steals Tim Clark's ranch, Clark starts prospecting for silver.

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Rancher Tim Clark borrows money from Bob Russell, who then rustles Clark's cattle so he will be unable to repay the money. Thus Russell is able to cheat Clark out of his ranch. Clark becomes a prospector for silver and ultimately comes to settle accounts with Russell and crooked deputy Bendix. Written by Jim Beaver <jumblejim@prodigy.net>

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When this film was sold to television in the early 1950s, the title credits were redesigned and the names of John Wayne and Walter Brennan, which were originally in 7th and 8th credited position were moved up to 2nd and 3rd credited position, and these rearranged title credits remain on the DVD presently released by Sony Pictures, and shown on Encore's Western Channel. See more »

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Tim Clark: Russell, you didn't think you wee going to have any trouble getting me off this place, did yuh?
Bob Russell: Well, I didn't know Clark especially afrwe all that talk that's been goin' around Eagle Pass
Tim Clark: Talk that's been goin' around Eagle Pass? What do yuh mean?
Bob Russell: What you said about me in town yesterday
Tim Clark: [feigning forgetfulness] Why I don't seem to remember. What was it?
Bob Russell: You said I was money mad.
Tim Clark: Well, aren't you?
Bob Russell: That's my business.
Tim Clark: You seem to have made quite a business out of it.
Bob Russell: You said it was a bad day ...
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Saving Little Nell
11 February 2007 | by (Buffalo, New York) – See all my reviews

Though in the film John Wayne is second billed to star Tim McCoy he actually has very little to do. Wayne is in the unaccustomed role of sidekick.

Wayne and Wallace MacDonald are the last two ranch hands working for Tim McCoy. He's lost is ranch to crooked banker Wheeler Oakman, but being the good boss and friend he is to Wayne and MacDonald he finds them jobs with neighbor and sweetheart Alice Day.

That might be short term employment for Oakman has designs on the ranch and on Day. Those designs on Day ain't covered by the cowboy code.

McCoy goes off prospecting for a couple of years and no sooner is he back than he's framed for an express company holdup and killing resulting from same. The rest of the movie is McCoy's fight to prove his innocence and save Day from a fate worse than death.

Wheeler Oakman seems to be enjoying his role as villain, he's hamming it up in the best Snidely Whiplash tradition. And Day makes a perfect Little Nell.

Tim McCoy, a silent western star, seems to have made the transition to sound easily enough. He's a stern and upright hero who's bound and determined prove his innocence.

Note good performances by Tully Marshall as the father figure sheriff of the area who believes in McCoy and a young Walter Brennan as his less than scrupulous deputy.

My VHS of this film is 58 minutes and I note that the running time is 64 minutes. That might explain some gaps in the story and maybe it was John Wayne who got cut out.

This was the last Columbia movie that John Wayne ever appeared in. It seems as though Harry Cohn thought Wayne was putting the moves on a young starlet who rejected Cohn's advances even though Wayne wasn't involved. But after the Duke became a star and a legend, there wasn't enough money in the world that would get him to appear in a Columbia Studios film.

But realizing this is a B western, it's not the worst one I've ever seen although somehow I doubt we'll ever see a director's cut.


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