A pair of U.S. Marshals come to the aid of a woman who is fighting to keep her ranch from a gang of murderous cattle rustlers who want to get their hands on it.

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(as Derwin M. Abrahams)
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Steve Garner
Lynne Carver ...
Pat McBride
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Pawnee Jones
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Jack Dailey
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Band Singer Smith
Milburn Morante ...
Zeke the Cook
Thornton Edwards ...
Cowhand Pedro
Steve Clark ...
Lou Woods
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Henchman Slade Matthews
Jack Rockwell ...
Sheriff Devers
Lynton Brent ...
Henchman Joe
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Henchman Gus
Leonard St. Lee ...
Henchman Red
Ted Mapes ...
Henchman Ted
Curt Barrett ...
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A pair of U.S. Marshals come to the aid of a woman who is fighting to keep her ranch from a gang of murderous cattle rustlers who want to get their hands on it.

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WALLOPING THRILLS! (original ad - all caps) See more »

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Music | Western

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Approved
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26 January 1946 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Hände hoch!  »

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1.37 : 1
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Dusty Trails
Sung by Johnny Mack Brown (opening and closing scenes)
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Johnny Mack Brown on the trail
1 March 2016 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Despite the description their are no US Marshalls in this story, but do not let that stop you from buying or seeing it. The first film that I ever saw. Loved it.

Both Johnny Mack Brown and Lynne Carver began their carers at MGM and that background shows in performance polish, empathy and presence. Raymond Hatton, always a welcome, supports both stars in every possible way. Look for Douglas Fowley between stints at Metro, with Battleground and Singing' In The Rain yet to come. Great songs by Smith Ballew, Glenn Miller's original band singer, and not too long before this one, star of his own series.

So, not big budget, but big heart. Only Johnny's poorly dubbed title song prevents a full ten out of ten rating.


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