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Undercover with the Postal Service..........
revdrcac from United States
6 June 2006
George O'Brien was a mainstay of several decades of westerns, beginning
in the silent era. The barrel-chested Irishman was a favorite of John
Ford and appeared in several John Wayne films .
This pre-war western features O'Brien as an undercover Postal Inspector
involved in a seedy fight over a Postal contract. O'Brien gets to the
bottom of the shady dealings and puts an end to the nefarious
scheme.The villains are suitably mean-spirited and menacing .....
The acting, script and direction in this film are typical of similar
films of the era. This movie remains popular with western fans and is
often shown on Cable TV. O'Brien does a good job in this one,
demonstrating a tough likability that fits well with the character.
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