The Range Busters are hired as lawmen by the notorious Breeden Brothers, two-thirds of trio of three ruthless outlaws now disguised and renamed as solid citizens.



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Complete credited cast:
Crash Corrigan (as Ray 'Crash' Corrigan)
Alibi Terhune (as Max 'Alibi' Terhune)
Elmer ...
Edwin Brian ...
Jimmy Rowell
Bob Harmon, aka Jim Breeden
Bart Gill, aka Ike Breeden (as Glen Strange)
Henchman Wash
George Havens ...
School boy


Harmon forces Jimmy to reveal the location of some hidden money. When Harmon's men go after the money, the Range Busters break up the attempted robbery. For his next move, Harmon lays a trap for Crash. Written by Maurice VanAuken <>

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They Wouldn't Be Scared and They Couldn't Be Chased and They'd Rather Fight Than Eat!







Release Date:

10 February 1941 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Az ezüst sarkantyú  »

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1.37 : 1
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Did You Know?


This marks Luana Walters' second appearance as heroine/love interest in a Range Buster Western, the fifth entry in the series. She also appeared in the initial entry, "The Range Busters." See more »


Crash Corrigan: [to Jim Breeden] Harmon, you and your gang have stampeded your last peace officer. Sit down - I want to talk to you.
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Follows Trailing Double Trouble (1940) See more »


It's All Part of the Game
Written by Harry Tobias and Jean George
Sung by John 'Dusty' King (as John King)
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Lured Into the outlaw life
11 June 2012 | by (Buffalo, New York) – See all my reviews

The Breeden Brothers, outlaws by trade are hanging around a certain territory doing their dastardly worse but with a special mission in mind. Brother and sister Edwin Brian and Luana Walters are the son and daughter of a judge who hung another brother. The Breedens, Al Bridge and Glenn Strange want some vengeance and what better way than to lure young Brian into the outlaw life.

But these two don't reckon the presence of the Range Busters. Monogram's trio of cowboy heroes are sent for to straighten out the outlaw situation and don't make a good appearance when Bridge, Strange and their gang steal their horses. They get off on the wrong foot, but no keeping a Range Buster down.

The usual we can expect is here with Ray Corrigan and Dusty King trying to court Walters and Max Terhune and Elmer with Elmer getting the film's best lines. It's a downer of an ending, but still in the spirit of the matinée kids, in fact there's a moral lesson in it for them.

Matinée kids of all ages should still like this one.

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