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Texas Wildcats (1939)

Passed  -  Action | Adventure | Western  -  10 April 1939 (USA)
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Lightning Bill Carson and sidekick Magpie are after Burrows, the man that killed a friend of theirs. Burrows is after the Arden ranch and his gang are rustling their cattle. Bill is robbing... See full summary »

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Complete credited cast:
Tim McCoy ...
Joan Barclay ...
Molly Arden
Ben Corbett ...
Magpie McGillicuddy
Forrest Taylor ...
Jim Burrows
Ted Adams ...
Reno, Emporium Owner
Avando Reynaldo ...
Rita, Bar Girl
Bob Terry ...
Mort Burrows, Jim's Son
Dave O'Brien ...
Ed Arden, Molly's Brother
Frank Ellis ...
Al, Burrows' Henchman
Reed Howes ...
Ace the Card Sharp
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Durkin, Association Man (as Slim Whittaker)
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Lightning Bill Carson and sidekick Magpie are after Burrows, the man that killed a friend of theirs. Burrows is after the Arden ranch and his gang are rustling their cattle. Bill is robbing Burrows while posing as the mysterious Phantom and it's not long before the two collide. Written by Maurice VanAuken <mvanauken@a1access.net>

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10 April 1939 (USA)  »

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Auf heißer Spur  »

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barely worth one's time and/or money
2 April 2003 | by (Pocono Summit, PA) – See all my reviews

McCoy and his sidekick pursue a wealthy man, who eventually confesses responsibility for the death of McCoy's fellow Ranger, and who - during the movie - intimidates the locals, with the help of his son and cronies. Currently, a brother and sister are the main focus of the villain and his gang. Gold is probable on land that the siblings have partially paid Mr. Moneybags for. This makes him NOT want to complete the sale. To gather information about the bad guy, McCoy adopts the guise of a gambler and a miscreant, himself, known as The Phantom. In my opinion, most of these old, black-and-white westerns are pretty much the same - a few are real bad, and the vast majority are barely worth one's time and/or money. I think that Texas Wildcats is among the latter.


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