Taylor's men are robbing incoming supply wagons to enable Taylor to sell goods at inflated prices. The Vigilantes led by Frank Jackson are doing the same so the ranchers won't starve. ...
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Taylor's men are robbing incoming supply wagons to enable Taylor to sell goods at inflated prices. The Vigilantes led by Frank Jackson are doing the same so the ranchers won't starve. Marshals Lash and Fuzzy arrive to try and find the real culprits. Written by
Maurice VanAuken <firstname.lastname@example.org>
An interesting concept (a crooked food wholesaler assailed by a vigilante group) is shot in the pants by crank-em-out filmmaking. Even the vaunted Lash LaRue can't pull this one out of the fire. My major complaint is the way the director used Al St. John -- he evidently was looking for Emmett Kelly and got Fuzzy instead. Ol' Fuzzy was a master of the 'sidekick' role; witty but wise, and always ready and able to save the hero at the critical moment. Here, he's just another clown, and not a very good one at that. Overall, the film is far too predictable in spite of its very different concept.
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