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Lone Star Law Men (1941)

 -  Western  -  5 December 1941 (USA)
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Outlaws are running wild in a border town. A marshal is sent in to clean it up.

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(as Robert Tansey)

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(screenplay), (story)
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Cast

Complete credited cast:
Tom Keene ...
Frank Yaconelli ...
Betty Miles ...
Betty Grey
Sugar Dawn ...
Sugar Grey (Betty's kid sister)
Gene Alsace ...
Marshal Brady
Glenn Strange ...
Marshal Scott (as Glen Strange)
Charles King ...
Duke Lawson
Fred Hoose ...
Older Marshal
Stanley Price ...
Henchman Moose Mason
James Sheridan ...
Henchman
Reed Howes ...
Henchman Red (Ace in credits)
Prince ...
Prince, Tom's Horse
Chiquita ...
Sonny ...
Sonny, Betty's Horse
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Duke is the leader of a gang of border bandits. When Marshal Brady is sent to investigate, he is shot. Found by Tom and sidekick Lopez, Tom gets Brady to make him his deputy. Duke makes Tom Sheriff and Tom sets a trap to capture the gang. But Duke is suspicious and changes plans and Tom quickly finds himself Duke's prisoner. Written by Maurice VanAuken <mvanauken@a1access.net>

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Fiery Talk...from the Mouth of Six-Guns! See more »

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Western

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5 December 1941 (USA)  »

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Lone Star Law  »

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1.37 : 1
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The Mexican Buccaneer
Written by Johnny Lange and Lew Porter
Sung by Frank Yaconelli
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Just Enough Action to Make it Watchable
20 November 2002 | by (Ohio) – See all my reviews

While it has its faults, there's probably just enough action in "Lone Star Law Men" to make it watchable. The story has Tom Keene working undercover in an attempt to break up a gang of crooks who have been running the town in their own way. Keene is joined by Frank Yaconelli in a comic sidekick role (in which he is sometimes amusing, but often distracting), and young Sugar Dawn, who gets a couple of good moments as a helpful little girl. The story is fairly predictable, but has just enough going on to hold your interest most of the time. Keene works all right in a lead role, but he lacks the presence to make his movies really memorable. It's a mixed bag, and only of interest to those who like old westerns.


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