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Wild Horse Valley (1940)

Approved | | Western | 13 March 1940 (USA)
Bob Evans' (Bob Steele) Arabian stallion is stolen and Bob, with his friend Shag Williams (Jimmy Aubrey) starts on the trail that takes them to the horse ranch owned by Kimball (Lafe McKee)... See full summary »

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(as Ira S. Webb)

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(story) (as Harry Gordon), (screenplay)
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Bob Evans
Phyllis Adair ...
Ann Kimball
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Elmer Kimball
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Shag Williams (as James Aubrey)
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Baker - Ranch Foreman
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Henchman Winton
George Chesebro ...
Henchman Raymer
Buzz Barton ...
Cowhand Joe
Pirate the Horse ...
Pirate - Bob's stolen horse (as Pirate)
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Bob Evans' (Bob Steele) Arabian stallion is stolen and Bob, with his friend Shag Williams (Jimmy Aubrey) starts on the trail that takes them to the horse ranch owned by Kimball (Lafe McKee) and his daughter Ann (Phyllis Adair), where the stallion is running wild. Baker (Ted Adams), the ranch's crooked foreman, is utilizing the stallion as a decoy and, with his henchmen, Raymer (George Chesebro) and Winton (Bud Osborne), corrals the mares that follow the stallion in a hidden corral, intending to sell them across the state line. Written by Les Adams <longhorn1939@suddenlink.net>

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Western

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Approved
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13 March 1940 (USA)  »

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Bestas Selvagens  »

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1.37 : 1
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Remake of In Old Cheyenne (1931) See more »

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Who Let the Hosses Out?
15 March 2015 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Veteran bad guys, Ted Adams, Bud Osborne and George Chesebro, are stealing dufferish old Lafe McKee's mares and blaming handsome white stallion, Pirate, for leading them away. Are we really expected to believe that a rancher of his vast experience would not notice that the fence was cut using wire cutters?

Veteran good guy, Bob Steele,sets out to find the missing horses, expose the crooks and woo McKee's pretty daughter, Phyllis Adair. Comic Sidekick James Aubrey pulls faces and talks about his rheumatism.

Just about OK "B" western but nothing more. The Alpha print is a particularly nice one and the sound is crisp which probably makes it a lot more watchable than it otherwise would be. Bob Steele has done better!


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