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Frontier Feud (1945)

Approved | | Western | 24 November 1945 (USA)
Traveling incognito to a once-peaceful valley now torn by a murderous conflict between two ranchers, U.S. Marshals Nevada Jack McKenzie and Sandy Hopkins find the dead body of Zane Jenkins,... See full summary »

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(based on a story by) (as Charles N. Heckelmann), (screenplay) (as Jess Bowers)
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Don Graham
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Henchman Sam Murphy (as Edwin Parker)
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Banker Chalmers
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Si Peters
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Slade Burnett
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Traveling incognito to a once-peaceful valley now torn by a murderous conflict between two ranchers, U.S. Marshals Nevada Jack McKenzie and Sandy Hopkins find the dead body of Zane Jenkins, killed by gunman Slade Burnette. Don Graham, part owner of one ranch with the innocent Bill Corey, has started the war with the intent of gaining control of the valley. Corey's daughter Blanche is in love with the owner of the other ranch, Joe, who is suspected of being behind the troubles. Nevada claims to be the brother of the slain Jenkins and is deputized by Sheriff Clancy. Both ranchers warn Nevada to keep out of their business and back up their warnings with violence. Sandy gets a job with Joe, and is able to help Nevada get evidence that Graham is being assisted by town banker Chamers in the plot to take over both ranches. Written by Les Adams <longhorn1939@suddenlink.net>

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A closeup of the envelope addressed to Zane Jenkins in the first reel reveals an 11 August 1945 postmark and World War II era three cent stamp, even though the story takes place in the pioneer days of several decades earlier. See more »

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Stirring the pot
17 September 2015 | by (Buffalo, New York) – See all my reviews

Johnny Mack Brown and Raymond Hatton ride the trail again in yet another assignment to stop a Frontier Feud. A feud that is being instigated by a third party and it's the usual western villain in these films who is interested in acquiring the two spreads from the feuding parties.

The pattern in these Johnny Mack Brown westerns from Monogram is for both Brown and Hatton to arrive separately into a vicinity and assume separate undercover identities. Brown sometimes reveals his true identity to a select few he can trust, Hatton never does. In the end the bad guys know, in fact everybody knows as they ride off into the sunset.

I've seen a few of these and they all fit the same pattern. I guess that saves the economy minded Sam Katzman on writers.

Nothing exceptional about this one. It could use some restoration.


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