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Last of the Wild Horses (1948)

A cowboy must clear himself of a murder he did not commit.

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Terry Williams
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Charlie Cooper (as Douglas Dumbrille)
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Sheriff Steve Harrison
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Riley Morgan
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Remedy Williams (as Olin Howlin)
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Henchman Rocky Rockford
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Curly, the cook
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Henchman Hank Davis
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A cowboy must clear himself of a murder he did not commit.

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WILD FURY...WIDE OPEN THRILLS! (original print ad - all caps) See more »

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27 December 1948 (USA)  »

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Pferdediebe am Missouri  »

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1.37 : 1
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Producer Robert L. Lippert decided he wanted to try directing a film himself, and picked this one. However, when he found himself falling behind schedule, he "fired" himself and hired director Paul Landres to finish it on time and on budget, which he did. See more »

Goofs

When rancher Pete Ferguson is slain, one of his ranch hands is seen fleeing. In the full body shot he is quite portly, but in the shot of him mounting his horse is filmed from the waist down in a (failed) attempt to hide the fact that it is a stuntman mounting the horse in his place. The stuntman is noticeably thinner/more fit and taller. See more »

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Duke Barnum: There oughta be a law against a man carrying concealed weapons. You boys get tempted too easy.
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First of its kind! Trial cowboy movie!
22 April 2012 | by See all my reviews

Yes, near the end of this film all the action will shift from the plains, to the courtroom as the hero of the movie is put on trial. Kind of interesting, though not sure a trial of this type would of occurred in the old west. I figured the people would just mob the accused and hang them and feel a bit regretful when they find out the person is innocent, but still smile when they think of the fun they had afterward at the cookout. This film is about a guy who may or may not have been attempting to rob a stage coach intervene in three guys chasing a person and becomes the hero of the film. He has two girls interested so he is doing quite good for himself as he has a cute brunette and a cute blond, both from different households. The brunette is the daughter of a man who is sort of the bad guy, but not really. He just is a very poor employer who really should watch his employees better. The blond lives with a guy named Remedy who she may be the daughter of or not, their relationship is a bit more obscure compared to the brunette. Well it seems one ranch is rounding up all the wild horses and this hurts things somehow and there are lots of chases involving horses, tepid gunfights, and a couple of old fashioned fist fights where the good guy gets beat down for the most part. However, do not feel sorry for him, as he does have two cuties after him. Surprised the blond did not pull the trigger during the one scene as she was clearly falling behind at that point. It had its moments, to bad it feels the screen with one to many going no where kind of scenes. It does teach a valuable lesson, however, and that is back in the old west, one only really needed a handkerchief to prosecute someone of a crime. Guess it is kind of like DNA evidence today.


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