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Last Frontier Uprising (1947)

 -  Western  -  1 February 1947 (USA)
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Monte arrives to buy horses for the government and finds his old friend Vance who is also after horses. When their bids are identical they race for the horses. Vance's backers plan to take ... See full summary »

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Lorna Gray ...
Mary Lou Gardner (as Adrian Booth)
Malcolm 'Bud' McTaggart ...
Vance Daley (as James Taggart)
Roy Barcroft ...
Henchman Boyd Blackwell
Tom London ...
Skillet (Ranch Hand)
Philip Van Zandt ...
'Liberal' Lyons
Edmund Cobb ...
Sheriff Hanlon
John Ince ...
Sam Chisholm
Frank O'Connor ...
Rancher Frank
Robert Blair ...
Texan (as Bob Blair)
Doye O'Dell ...
Rancher
Foy Willing ...
Singing Ranch Hand
Riders of the Purple Sage ...
Singing Ranch Hands
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Monte arrives to buy horses for the government and finds his old friend Vance who is also after horses. When their bids are identical they race for the horses. Vance's backers plan to take the horses without paying and fix the race. When Vance finds out they kill him and Monte finds himself arrested for murder. Written by Maurice VanAuken <vanauken@comcast.net>

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1 February 1947 (USA)  »

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The Song of the Trail
Written by Sid Robin
Sung by Monte Hale with Foy Willing and the Riders of the Purple Sage
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The usual Republic Pictures programmer

It's been a very long time since I watched a B western, with singing cowboys. At least 15 years. When you've seen one, you've seen all of them. But they are not charmless. Never forget that those features were shown, more than fifty years ago, in country side theatres. Not on Broadway of course. So, they are somewhere a part of the American film movie history. We like it or not.

Republic B westerns, as this one, were always very fast paced, not boring at all, with always the same rhythm, the same tempo. I have never noted a radical alteration between Monte Hale, Roy Rogers, Gene Autry, Allan Rocky Lane - although I am not sure he was singing - Ken Maynard and so on...I speak of the playing, of course. Republic pictures westerns were the best ones. As the serials. Those B westerns were in fact the prelude to TV episodes several years later. In early 50's, actually. The same topics, same actors, same directors, but for TV releasing.

In this film, you can find the famous Republic bad guy - Roy Barcroft - we found very often in this kind of production. The heavy character in many westerns, crime movies and serials.

What could I say more about it?

Nothing, actually. Nothing new. I repeat, when you've seen one singing cowboys film...


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