Steve Allison warns freight-line owner Dan Parks not to transport U. S. gold, but when a hidden shipment is discovered on one his wagons, the suspicion lands on Parks, who resists arrest ... See full summary »

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Steve Allison warns freight-line owner Dan Parks not to transport U. S. gold, but when a hidden shipment is discovered on one his wagons, the suspicion lands on Parks, who resists arrest and flees. Allison, in his later-ego guise of the Durango Kid, sets out to clear his friend of the framed-up charge, by his crooked partner, Morgan, and also reunite him with his young son, Ronnie. Written by Les Adams <longhorn1939@suddenlink.net>

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HOT with a gun...TOPS with a tune! ( original print ad) See more »


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12 August 1948 (USA)  »

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Pista Sangrenta  »

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Go West Young Lady
Written by Sammy Cahn & Saul Chaplin
Performed by Virginia Maxey
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The Durango Kid is on which side of the law?
10 May 2003 | by (S. Paulo, Brazil) – See all my reviews

This film starts with a narrator saying that you can tell a person by who his friends are, he might be a good person (the screen shows a bunch of good guys) or a bad person (a lot of bad guys) but what can you say about the Durango Kid who is always alone? (the screen shows the Durango Kid in his white horse). Those Charles Starrett-Durango Kid B westerns used to be the most original and enjoyable of the late forties. They always played with the idea that the Kid could be against the law. Smiley Burnette is the comic side kick who keeps trying to be funny, and really does not achieve it, but he is a likeable guy anyhow. There are some good musical numbers and the director Ray Nazarro made some quite good westerns later on.


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