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Rainbow's End (1935)

 -  Western  -  17 July 1935 (USA)
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A rancher's son finds himself helping another rancher who is at odds with his father--all because of the father's crooked partner.



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Complete credited cast:
Neil Gibson Jr.
June Gale ...
Ann Ware
Oscar Apfel ...
Neil Gibson Sr.
Ada Ince ...
Gwen Gibson
John Elliott ...
Adam Ware
Henry Roquemore ...
Joe Williams
Jerry Mandy ...
Ranch Cook
Charles Hill ...
Bert Kimble (as Charlie Hill)
Warner Richmond ...
Thomas Stark
Buddy Roosevelt ...
'Butch', Henchman
Stanley Blystone ...
Dorgan, Ranch Foreman
Fred Gilman ...
George Wright, Bookkeeper (as Freddie Gilman)
John Ince ...
Rodeo Judge


Losing a barroom brawl, the unconscious Gibson and Kendall are put on a train heading west where they get jobs on Ware's ranch. There they get involved with Ware's fight against Stark, the man who just happens to be the crooked partner of Gibson's father. Written by Maurice VanAuken <>

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father | rancher | son | corruption








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17 July 1935 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Um Capataz de Mão Cheia  »

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Half a Hoot
26 March 2006 | by (Vancouver) – See all my reviews

This Hoot Gibson vehicle is quite significantly low on action and very high on talk. Oh sure, there are SOME action sequences, but it seems to me that this story was too chit-chatty and something NEEDED to be happening, especially in a low rent Western such as this. When Gibson and his pal are dumped in a train after a wild night of celebrations after Hoot wins a rodeo, they wind up in a one horse town. They decide to stick around for awhile and help with a ranch that's facing some serious financial and employment woes. It's them shifty bankers again you see, and Gibson has to come up with a plan to Save the Ranch! This was OK I guess. I sorta like Hoot Gibson, but he's just pedestrian here. Maybe it's not the western I'm (or he's) accustomed to I guess.

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