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Border Feud (1947)

Passed | | Action, Comedy, Western | 10 May 1947 (USA)
Marshal Cheyenne Davis (Lash La Rue), aka The Cheyenne Kid is on his way to Mesa City to help his pal Sheriff "Fuzzy" Jones (Al St. John) settle an old feud between the Harts and the ... See full summary »

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Cheyenne Davis (as Al 'Lash' La Rue)
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Sheriff Fuzzy Q. Jones (as Al 'Fuzzy' St. John)
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Doc Peters
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Kenneth Farrell ...
Bob Hart (as Kenneth Ferril)
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Jim Condon (as Brad Slaven)
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Marshal Cheyenne Davis (Lash La Rue), aka The Cheyenne Kid is on his way to Mesa City to help his pal Sheriff "Fuzzy" Jones (Al St. John) settle an old feud between the Harts and the Condons. Posing as an outlaw, Cheyenne is accepted by gang leader Jack Barton (Bob Duncan) and is told his job will be to continue stirring up trouble between the Harts and Condons. The plan is to make the two families kill each other off, so that a mine they own jointly, can be obtained at a price far below its value. Cheyenne's plan appears to fail when Fuzzy comes in and identifies him as a Marshal, but Cheyenne gets rid of him and tells Barton he has posed as a Marshal in the past and Barton seems convinced. Cheyenne later tells Fuzzy to make no arrests until the top man is found. A wounded Jim Condon (Buster Slaven) and his sister Carol (Gloria Marlen) ride into town and Cheyenne takes him to the office of Doc Peters (Ian Keith) for treatment. Cheyenne's efforts to patch up the feud are unsuccessful,... Written by Les Adams <longhorn1939@suddenlink.net>

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BORDERLAND BANDITS...Faking a Feud to Take a Gold Mine...and Staking All on One Bullet-Blazing Gamble! See more »

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Action | Comedy | Western

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10 May 1947 (USA)  »

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Fuzzy der Banditenkiller  »

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[first lines]
Sheriff Steele: You walked right into the trap I had baited for you, Cheyenne.
Cheyenne Davis: This isn't the first trap I've sprung or escaped from, Sheriff.
Sheriff Steele: This time you've reached the end of your rope.
[Cheyenne glances over shoulder]
Sheriff Steele: Don't expect any help from them. You're on your own.
Cheyenne Davis: Just because my men are ambushed doesn't mean I'll give up without a fight!
Sheriff Steele: I figured the Cheyenne Kid was smart enough to know when he was licked.
Cheyenne Davis: Not until I see what move you make, Sheriff.
Sheriff Steele: You asked for it!
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Action, good actors, often intelligent script
7 August 2009 | by See all my reviews

PRC earned its reputation for bad movies, but "Border Feud" is from "The New PRC" and actually is pretty good.

Director Ray Taylor was usually capable and, except for some script supervising or directing errors, this runs pretty smoothly.

Al "Fuzzy" St. John would have been funnier -- seriously, he seldom makes a move that isn't at least a little funny -- if he hadn't been quite so intrusive, which is not his fault but that of the script or director.

Most of the characters are played by competent to even talented actors, even though most of them never became stars.

Except Al "Lash" La Rue, as it is spelled in the credits on this movie.

He seldom gets the compliments I think he deserved. Really, he is more than competent although, as another commenter said, there should have been more whip work.

La Rue and St. John were both very good cowboys, and "Lash" seems to have done most of his own stunt work.

The score wasn't always appropriate but it was always nice music and composer Albert Glasser should have been given screen credit.

To those of us for whom there is hardly such a thing as a bad western, "Border Feud," despite a misleading and pointless title, is a good one.

My copy is on a disk from "The Treasure Box Collection," and, except for being a few generations too old, is in pretty good shape.

There is also another Lash La Rue film, "Ghost Town Renegades," on the back side of the disk, although he is "LaRue" in that film's credits.


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