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Death Valley Outlaws (1941)

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Ambushed by the Vigilantes, a dying friend gets Johnny who was only passing through to take up the fight. To get in with the gang, Johnny poses as an outlaw and then beats them to a gold ... See full summary »

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Robert McKenzie ...
Doc Blake (as Bob McKenzie)
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Ambushed by the Vigilantes, a dying friend gets Johnny who was only passing through to take up the fight. To get in with the gang, Johnny poses as an outlaw and then beats them to a gold shipment by robbing the train ahead of them. This gets him invited into the gang. They are all masked and unknown to Johnny, one of them is his brother. Written by Maurice VanAuken <mvanauken@a1access.net>

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Ronning!...Killing!...Looting! Defied only by fearless Don Barry, the scappiest outlaw-wrecker in all of the west! See more »

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26 September 1941 (USA)  »

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A dying man exacts a pledge
20 June 2014 | by (Buffalo, New York) – See all my reviews

I'm not sure what this Republic western had to do with Death Valley. The country that this was filmed in sure didn't look like any deserts. In fact the word vigilante should have been worked into the title.

Death Valley Outlaws finds Don Barry heading home and rescuing young Michael Owen from railroad cops as he was trying to hitch a ride in a freight car. But their friendship is a shortlived one when Owen is killed as he arrives in time to see his father dead and his ranch burning. A dying Owen exacts a pledge from Barry that he would get justice for Owen and his father. When the word of a cowboy hero is given, it is kept.

A vigilante committee that was formed years earlier to rid the territory of outlaws are nothing more than outlaws in black hoods now. They're terrorizing the citizens, committing all variety of crimes and Barry pretends to be an outlaw to get inside. Any devotee of B westerns can tell you who's behind it and it isn't kept a secret for long.

This Republic westerns moves fast and stays on track with its plot. For Red Barry's legion of fans.


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