Cheyenne has been ordered to take a vacation so Fuzzy has him go to a ranch of a friend. When they arrive at the El Lobo ranch, they find that his friend is dead and they want no visitors. ... See full summary »

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Cheyenne Davis (as 'Lash' La Rue)
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Fuzzy (as Al 'Fuzzy' St. John)
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Fake Wayne Dawson
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Bart McCord
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Cheyenne has been ordered to take a vacation so Fuzzy has him go to a ranch of a friend. When they arrive at the El Lobo ranch, they find that his friend is dead and they want no visitors. In town, Cheyenne finds out that the man called Dawson is an impostor who is trying to take over the ranch for himself. Written by Tony Fontana <tony.fontana@spacebbs.com>

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IT'S TRIGGER TALK with "THE LASH" Doing the Talking! (original poster - card A ) See more »


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17 December 1947 (USA)  »

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Fuzzy der Teufelskerl  »

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Marshal Cheyenne Davis: Well, here we are, Fuzz, five miles out of Rock Creek. It's where we're supposed to look at orders. What's the matter? Scared?
Fuzzy: Me? No, I ain't scared, Chey.
Marshal Cheyenne Davis: Sealed orders usually means it's a tough assignment. We'll probably have to stand up to 50 or 60 blood-thirsty cutthroats... but it always makes the job more interesting, huh?
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Brings back memories
4 January 2001 | by (Dunstable, Ma) – See all my reviews

I just saw this movie last night which I may or may not have seen when I was a kid. All I can remember is that on tv in the early fifties he was a popular figure. I remember seeing him quite often but I don't remember those storylines, the acting or the production values. It was a treat seeing him again but I can wait a long time before seeing another. This was about as low-budget as you can get and the acting was like a school play. What puzzles me is why everyone remembers him. He did not make many movies and the ones that he did were very forgetful. It must have been the black outfit, the whip and a resemblance to Humphrey Bogart.


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