Marshals Nevada and Sandy are after Scully and his gang who have been robbing stage-coaches. The Texas Kid is part of the gang and Sandy thinks he is bad but Nevada knows him and thinks he ... See full summary »

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MacLaine, aka The Texas Kid
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Scully
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Tim Atwood
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Marshals Nevada and Sandy are after Scully and his gang who have been robbing stage-coaches. The Texas Kid is part of the gang and Sandy thinks he is bad but Nevada knows him and thinks he may be good. Written by Maurice VanAuken <mvanauken@a1access.net>

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THE TOUGHER THEY COME... The Rougher He Treats 'em!


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Passed | See all certifications »
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26 November 1943 (USA)  »

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Adventures of the Texas Kid  »

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a genuine Monogram: Texas Kid, a young guy gone astray.
9 March 2004 | by (S. Paulo, Brazil) – See all my reviews

The french director Jean Luc Godard dedicated his film "Breathless" to Monogram Pictures, he probably must have enjoyed their westerns as so many people did. In this film the Texas Kid is a member of the Scully gang and while on an assault, he is recognized by the Marshall Johnny McBrown, who is a family friend. After that, he starts changing and falls in love with Nancy Drew. It is a typical Monogram, there is no philosophy and no depth at all to the characters, but it has a lot of action and is fun. You can call it a "light" western. The trouble nowadays is that westerns made for TV are becoming "heavy", so "Texas Kid" is a type of western that I would enjoy watching in their place.


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