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Harlem Rides the Range (1939)

 -  Western  -  1 February 1939 (USA)
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A cowboy and his sidekick try to help a homesteader from being cheated out of his property.

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Bob Blake (as Herbert Jeffrey)
Lucius Brooks ...
F.E. Miller ...
Artie Young ...
Miss Dennison
Clarence Brooks ...
Bradley
Spencer Williams ...
Watson (as Spencer Williams Jr.)
Tom Southern ...
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Leonard Christmas ...
Dennison
Wade Dumas ...
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John Thomas ...
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Bradley is after Dennison's radium mine and it appears that his henchman Conners has killed him. When Blake arrives at Dennison's, Bradley and Conners arrive at the same time. When Blake leaves he drops a glove. Bradley kills Conners and uses the glove to frame Blake. Learning of Bradley's plan to kill Dennison's daughter, Blake escapes jail and sets out to reach her first. Written by Maurice VanAuken <mvanauken@a1access.net>

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Men Of Action Blaze A Trail Of Love And Lead As Law And Order Comes To The Old West!

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I'm a Happy Cowboy
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Great Songs, Okay Movie
30 April 2010 | by (The Lonesome Prairie) – See all my reviews

Herb Jeffrey and his sidekick Dusty come upon a house in time to see some men disappearing in the distance and a possible crime scene within. It seems the men shot the owner in order to steal his radium mine, after which Herb and Dusty inadvertently take jobs working at the villain's ranch.

A typical Saturday matinée western, this time with an all-black cast, Harlem Rides The Range is entertaining enough, with a likable performance by Jeffrey and an amiable cast, as well as some witty dialog and a few good gags.

The music by Jeffrey and The Four Tones is an excellent, credible mix of old-fashioned cowboy singing and 1930's style rhythm and blues/jazz. It alone is more than enough to make this worth watching.

Although not as well-known as Jeffrey's earlier picture The Bronze Buckaroo, it's actually a lot better and a great deal more cohesive in terms of plot.


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