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Shadow Valley (1947)

Approved | | Western | 29 November 1947 (USA)
Eddie and sidekick Soapy get involved in Gunnison's attempt to acquire the Jarvis ranch. Gunnison knows there is gold there and having already killed Mary Ann's father and uncle, he now ... See full summary »

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Eddie and sidekick Soapy get involved in Gunnison's attempt to acquire the Jarvis ranch. Gunnison knows there is gold there and having already killed Mary Ann's father and uncle, he now tries to persuade her to leave. But Eddie gets her to stay and then starts his search for the killer. Written by Maurice VanAuken <mvanauken@a1access.net>

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Song-Filled... Action-Thrilled With Eddie and His Horse White Cloud On The Trail Of NEW ADVENTURES!

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I'm Gonna Hang My Heart on the Hitchin' Post
Written by Pete Gates
Sung by Eddie Dean with Andy Parker and The Plainsmen
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There's Gold On Jen's Ranch
1 November 2010 | by (Buffalo, New York) – See all my reviews

Into Shadow Valley ride Eddie Dean and Roscoe Ates who get themselves involved with Jennifer Holt and her troubles. Her father and uncle have been killed and she's not sure she wants to run the ranch they've left her.

Of course there's skullduggery afoot and it's being caused by perennial western villain George Chesebro. He's found out there's gold on that property and he's manipulating quite a scheme to get it.

This one came from Producer's Releasing Corporation which apparently as per its poverty row status had the same players in all its westerns and would just recycle the plots with the same writers.

Jennifer Holt must have wished she was over at RKO working in brother Tim's westerns which were much better quality. Ditto for Eddie Dean who like Gene Autry came from the country music scene and was a talented singer and songwriter.

Nothing new here folks.


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