Decker uses a trick gun loaded with blanks to make Steve Norris think he killed the Sheriff. Then he makes him Sheriff and forces him to take orders. Things look bad for Steve so it's time for the Durango Kid to appear.

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Nancy Saunders ...
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Decker uses a trick gun loaded with blanks to make Steve Norris think he killed the Sheriff. Then he makes him Sheriff and forces him to take orders. Things look bad for Steve so it's time for the Durango Kid to appear.

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Bullet-'N-Ballad Barrage!

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9 January 1948 (USA)  »

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A Lei da Força  »

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If I Were the Boss of the Town
Written by Smiley Burnette
Performed by Smiley Burnette with Curly Clements and His Rodeo Riders
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An interesting late 1940s western featuring Hugh Prosser.
25 January 2001 | by (Oklahoma, USA) – See all my reviews

SIX-GUN LAW (1948) is an interesting western for the time it was created. It features veteran character actor Hugh Prosser as the villain, and it is a role he excels in during the course of this fast-paced movie. Killed in an auto accident at Gallup, New Mexico in November 1952, Hugh Prosser was just coming into his own as an established character actor. For an interesting black&white western from the late 1940s, give SIX-GUN LAW a look! A nice western movie to have in the home video collection. Plenty of action, good dialog and acting, enjoyable entertainment for a western film!


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