Recently elected Marshal Luke Graham falls under suspicion when he's unable to discover the local band of rustlers, which are really led by Jim Dawson, who is also trying to steal Grace Ross, daughter of the local newspaper editor.

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Max Terhune ...
Elmer ...
Christine McIntyre ...
John Elliott ...
Dick Ross (editor, Rock River Advocate)
Weldon Heyburn ...
Jim Dawson aka Phil Sanford
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Marshal Luke Graham
Frank Ellis ...
Henchman Chuck
Carl Mathews ...
Henchman Joe
Richard Cramer ...
Ed (bartender)
Tex Palmer ...
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Having trouble with outlaws, Marshal Graham sends for his friends the Range Busters. Newspaper editor Ross, dissatisfied with Graham, forms a vigilante committee and puts Jim Dawson in charge not knowing he is the leader of the outlaw gang. Dawson then has his men frame Crash and Dusty for robbery and murder and then has them set out to lynch the two. Written by Maurice VanAuken <mvanauken@a1access.net>

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Romance | Western

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27 February 1942 (USA)  »

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Die Diamanten-Ranch  »

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One of the few series entries in which Crash and Dusty were not romantic rivals , but the romantic drama was between the falsely accused marshal and the bandit chief. See more »

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Marshal Luke Graham: [referring to Dawson] But we ain't never had no trouble lest you count his tryin' for the marshal's job same as I was. Uh, maybe he's still tryin' to beat me out with Grace.
Crash Corrigan: Say, he wouldn't be tryin' to get you fired plus get your job, would he?
Marshal Luke Graham: Don't know why. Bein' marshal's a big headache.
Dusty King: Yeah, but it might be an awful big steppin' stone to a lot of easy money if you're not too particular who you hold hands with.
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Follows Tumbledown Ranch in Arizona (1941) See more »

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Home on the Range
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Lyrics Brewster M. Higley
Music Daniel E. Kelley
[Used under opening and end titles.]
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Mediocre Range Busters
16 April 2010 | by (The Lonesome Prairie) – See all my reviews

Ray "Crash" Corrigan, John "Dusty" King, and Max "Alibi" Terhune head to the town of Rock River, where an old pal, the current marshal, is besieged by bandits and angry townspeople who not only blame him for not stopping them, but end up unknowingly electing the gang's leader as the head of the vigilance committee.

There's a few okay action scenes and Dusty sings a good song, but this sluggish entry in the Range Busters series is mostly talk, with our heroes spending way too much time not battling the bad guys. All three have definitely done better work!

Once again, there's a scene where Elmer, Terhune's ventriloquist dummy, moves independently of Max's arm. That's pretty creepy if you ask me!


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