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Ghost Town Renegades (1947)

Gold has been found and Sharp is out to get the land. He has the land owners killed and then has Watson forge new deeds. Cheyenne and Fuzzy arrive in time to save Trent. Then they go after the gang and its leader.



(original screenplay)


Complete credited cast:
Marshal Cheyenne Davis (as 'Lash' LaRue)
Fuzzy Jones (as Al 'Fuzzy' St. John)
Henchman Flint
Steve Clark ...
Rodney Trent
Luther Johnson (Heir to Waterhole)
Henchman Waco
Marshal Albert Jennings
Jonas Watson
Wally West ...
Henchman (as Mason Wynn)


The U. S. Marshal of Arizona orders his ace trouble-shooter. "Cheyenne" Davis(Lash La Rue)to Waterhole, a deserted mining town, so that he can aid "Fuzzy" Jones (Al St. John), the local law-enforcement officer, in an investigation into the disappearance of Bob Craig (Bob Woodward), a federal surveyor. "Cheyenne" arrives just after two henchmen, Flint (Terry Frost) and "Waco" (Lane Bradford)have ambushed a man named Rodney Trent (Steve Clark)and left him for dead after stealing his papers. "Cyeyenne" and "Fuzzy" take him to "Fuzzy's" shack, where he tells them he has come west to look into an offer from Vince Sharpe (Jack Ingram)fo the land he has inherited in Barton City, and also tells them his daughter, Diane (Jennifer Holt)is on her way to join him. Back in Barton City, thinking they have killed Trent, report to Sharpe, who is dismayed to learn from Trent's papers that he has a daughter, who will inherit Trent's holding when he dies. "Cheyenne" decides that Sharpe must have a good ... Written by Les Adams <longhorn1939@suddenlink.net>

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Action | Comedy | Western


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Release Date:

26 July 1947 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Fuzzy räumt auf  »

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1.37 : 1
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Another good Lash LaRue - Fuzzy St. John B

Al "Fuzzy" St. John had been an acrobatic funny-man since his debut in silent comedies. He remained funny through his days as a western bad guy to and through his sidekick days.

Even in some of those atrocities with Buster Crabbe, Fuzzy was funny.

In "Ghost Town Renegades," we realize again that he even moves funny: Be sure to watch him pick up his hat early in this film.

Al "Lash" LaRue, billed here simply as Lash LaRue, in my opinion deserved and deserves better than he usually gets from critics and reviewers.

Without being gimmicky or affected, he does act.

Most important, he is a good cowboy.

Jennifer Holt, of the famous acting family, was a real beauty, but she doesn't get to do much here, not much more than be beautiful, which she does very well.

A very capable cast of bad guys (including Wally West using another name) and a pretty good script and a good score make "Ghost Town Renegades" a darn good B western, well worth watching.

My copy is on a disk with "Border Feud," also with Lash and Fuzzy, from Treasure Box Collections. It is "digitally remastered" and looks and sounds good -- you can hear the saddles creaking! -- except for being too dark, apparently from being a couple generations too old.

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