A band of raiders are about to run the Murphys off of their homestead when they are stopped by the Rev. Harding and his sister Vicky. Gang leader Duke Flinders is about to shoot Harding ... See full summary »
The outlaw gangs are robbing the railroads and the Rangers cannot follow them when they move to New Mexico. So Kip decides to take a vacation to New Mexico and, as the Durango Kid, bring ... See full summary »
A band of raiders are about to run the Murphys off of their homestead when they are stopped by the Rev. Harding and his sister Vicky. Gang leader Duke Flinders is about to shoot Harding when the Durango Kid appears and runs off the outlaws. Steve Ransom is persuaded by the townspeople to beome their Marshal. He soon learns that saloon owner Blaze Howard and Doc Weston are behind the raids and plot to gain the homesteads. Written by
Les Adams <firstname.lastname@example.org>
In the final fight The Durango Kid shoots at a villain on the ground. It is quite apparent that his shot would have missed by a considerable distance. However, the villain clutches his right shoulder as if shot. See more »
A big attraction here is Bob Wills and his Texas Playboys who were quite an influence on country music, merging swing rhythms with more traditional country stylings. Their first number here shows off the new sound splendidly. The movie itself is fairly routineland grabbers trying to get homesteaders property. The Durango Kid, however, is an interesting creation. He's sort of like the Lone Ranger with his white horse and bandanna mask, keeping his real identity a secret. Here he switches identity when foiling the land grabbers' various plots. Anyway, there's some hard riding, not much fast shooting, but an eye-catching cattle stampede through town. All in all, it's an agreeable 60-minutes for Front Row geezers like me.
(Speaking of geezers, the landgrabbers are led by actor John Calvert who amazingly is still living at age 100+ !)
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