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Renegades of the Rio Grande (1945)

Approved | | Western | 1 June 1945 (USA)
A cowboy who was trying to return the loot from a robbery finds hmself suspected of the crime.

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Tex Henry
The Six Bar Cowboys ...
Singing Ranch Hands (as The Bar Six Cowboys)
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Bart Drummond
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Pete Jackson - Henchman (as Dick Alexander)
Iris Clive ...
Maria
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Johnny Emerson
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A cowboy who was trying to return the loot from a robbery finds hmself suspected of the crime.

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BORDER BANDITS! Terror raiders and Rio Rangers in gun-blazing battle! See more »

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Western

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1 June 1945 (USA)  »

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Bank Robbery  »

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(Western Electric Recording)

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1.37 : 1
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[first lines]
Trigger Bidwell: Nice private war going on down there.
Cal Benedict: Yeah, but the odds aren't exactly even.
[Cal scans the gunfight with his field glasses]
Cal Benedict: Well, whataya know, Trigger. One of those gents is an old friend of ours.
Trigger Bidwell: Who is it?
Cal Benedict: Bart Drummond.
Trigger Bidwell: Drummond! Why that's the yahoo we been lookin' for!
Cal Benedict: We'll drop in on him.
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Down An Old Spanish Trail
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Pretty good movie
17 July 2006 | by See all my reviews

Please note that you have Eddie Dew and Fuzzy Knight listed as Marshals. They are in fact Texas Rangers in the movie. the movie was shown on the Westerns Channel today. The plot was slightly different and proved interesting. There were some interesting twists. The script was thoughtfully written. I never knew that Rod Cameron made "B" westerns. I saw him in the movies in the 50's and 60's. He played many different action leads. I had never heard of Eddie Dew. At first I thought that maybe it was another stage name for Eddie Dean but the first couple of close-ups convinced me otherwise. All in all I enjoyed this movie. Al


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