A policeman, working on a case against a local mobster and his gang, slips on some race-car-driver overalls and goggles and , in addition to stopping the mobsters in their tracks, wins a ... See full summary »
Shortly after Moody Pierson saves Sheriff Tim's life, Moody is arrested for murder. Tim doesn't believe he did it and lets him get away. Kicked out as Sheriff, Tim goes after the real kiler... See full summary »
The McLean and Brennan ranches are both losing cattle to rustlers and each blames the other when cattle buyer Graves is the real culprit. To throw suspicion off himself Graves hires Tim to ... See full summary »
Jerry Long and Jane Worth are heirs to an abandoned mining town. Judge Drake knows there is gold there and wants them to sell. He plans to scare Jane and has hired Jerry, not knowing his ... See full summary »
This film is one of over 200 titles in the list of independent feature films made available for television presentation by Advance Television Pictures announced in Motion Picture Herald 4 April 1942. At this time, television broadcasting was in its infancy, almost totally curtailed by the advent of World War II, and would not continue to develop until 1945-1946. Because of poor documentation (feature films were often not identified by title in conventional sources) no record has yet been found of its initial television broadcast. See more »
For this Cheapie from Poverty Row Mayfair Pictures, Buster Crabbe was acquired on Loan-Out from Paramount where he was under contract.............The film itself is a lesson of how 68 minutes can be wasted on a very boring story-line, with some of the worst acting ever seen in a Poverty Row B-Film......The only saving grace of this Turkey was the presence of Crabbe...........Why Paramount did not utilize Crabbe's exceptional enthusiasm, and a fairly good screen appearance is questioned.......Crabbe himself said once in an Interview, that Henry Hathaway and he, did not get along after a confrontation on the set of Hathaway's last Paramount Zane Grey film "To The Last Man"-1933.......Whatever the reason, many of Crabbe's fans, including yours truly, had wished he had made more & better films then this one......Watch it if you must; but only if you are a fan of Buster Crabbe......Sasheegm-1
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