The Rangers are after a large outlaw gang. Dart arrives early with the rest of the troop following disguised as a medicine show. Dart learns Lupton is behind the gold shipment robberies and... See full summary »

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Donald Grayson ...
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Norman Willis ...
William Lupton
Dick Curtis ...
Dragg
Edward LeSaint ...
Lafe Garfield
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Jed Stevens (as Eddie Cobb)
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Henchman Lawton
Steve Clark ...
Cobb
Hank Bell ...
Ranger Jim
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Lee Shumway ...
Ranger Captain MacMillan
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The Rangers are after a large outlaw gang. Dart arrives early with the rest of the troop following disguised as a medicine show. Dart learns Lupton is behind the gold shipment robberies and gets proof from his safe. Dart then plans a gold shipment figuring Lupton's men will attack again and this time the Rangers will be ready. Written by Maurice VanAuken <mvanauken@a1access.net>

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1 December 1937 (USA)  »

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Den mærkede Kniv  »

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Edited into Meanwhile, Back at the Ranch (1976) See more »

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Blue Prairie
Written by Bob Nolan and Tim Spencer
Performed by Donald Grayson and the Sons of the Pioneers
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An exciting and compelling Horse Opera.
3 May 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is an unusual b-western in many respects. It has a very large cast of featured actors as well as an abundance of uncredited characters, some with dialog. The plot includes a scene, violent for the genre, where a little boy has his trigger fingers cut off by the lead villain. There is also a strong musical element from the Sons Of The Pioneers and a solid performance from Earl Hodgins. The story line moves logically from point to point, all the while punctuated with action. All of these elements add to a fast-paced, well-developed plot. Had this little production been given the Harry Sherman treatment, similar to the Hopalong Cassidy Series, it could have been one of the best, ever. Outlaws Of The Prairie deserves a high rating and is worth watching.


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