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Outlaws of the Range (1936)

Approved | | Western | 8 April 1936 (USA)
When Steve Harper chases down some rustlers, he loses his gun in the ensuing fistfight. After Wilson is killed, Steve's gun is found nearby and he as arrested. Jimmy Wilson breaks him out of jail and he heads after the real killer.

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When Steve Harper chases down some rustlers, he loses his gun in the ensuing fistfight. After Wilson is killed, Steve's gun is found nearby and he as arrested. Jimmy Wilson breaks him out of jail and he heads after the real killer.

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rustler | murder | See All (2) »

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Emboscada do Terror  »

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This film had its earliest documented telecast in Los Angeles Saturday 1 October 1949 on KFI (Channel 9). See more »

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Woefully Wooden
21 December 2010 | by (london) – See all my reviews

I know that one does not expect great acting performances from western actors but this about scrapes the bottom of the barrel.Most of the actors speak in a rather flat stilted monotone,rather the way they did at the beginning of the talkies.Bill Cody plays the lead part with an oak like stature.He is beaten by far in the acting stakes firstly by his son Bill Cody Jr and his horse.Confusingly Bill Cody was actually Jr but for some reason decided to pass this title on to his son.The plot veers from the idiotic to the absurd.At the end of the film Cody points out to the sheriff that Mr Wilson was killed with a .38 whereas his gun was a .45.You really would have thought that the Sheriff might have spotted this earlier.Altogether rather feeble.


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