In the finale of the Lash LaRue series, Lash is arrested. Suspected of being the Frontier Phantom, he tries to prove his true identity by telling the Sheriff the story of his twin brother, ... See full summary »
Jim Thornton, having found gold, has sent for Lash. But when he and Fuzzy arrive they find him dead. Lash knows that Conway and his gang are involved but that they have a boss. Lash thinks ... See full summary »
When Taggart closes off the rancher's water supply, Lash La Rue is sent for. Learning he is arriving, Taggart sends his gang to kill him. But they get the wrong man and Lash and Fuzzy set ... See full summary »
Lash and Fuzzy have been sent to escort the new Governor to the Capitol City. West and his outlaw gang are out to stop them. When Lash's first attempt is foiled, he realizes the Governor's ... See full summary »
This series of Lash La Rue "Western Adventure Productions", financed by Southern theatre-owners J. Francis White and Joy Houck, was put together by the husband-wife combo of Ron Ormond and ... See full summary »
Marshals Lash LaRue (Al 'Lash" LaRue) and Fuzzy Q. Jones (Al St. John) ride into Raolite posing as the wanted Dawson Brothers (Bud Osborne and Steve Raines) who have just robbed the stage coach of #20,000. Deuce Rago (Ray Bennett), outlaw gang leader posing as a respectable citizen, believes them to be the Dawsons (because of a belt buckle Lash has) and makes a deal with them to rob the Silver Queen Mine. The gang captures Lash and Fuzzy to make them tell where they hid the stagecoach loot, but saloon entertainer Joan De Lysa (Peggy Stewart), working for the Marshal's office, shows up and rescues Lash, and the two ride to where another henchman has Fuzzy held prisoner. Written by
Les Adams <email@example.com>
Lash and Fuzzy are sent into action to investigate Deuce Rago the only man in a small town that hasn't run afoul of the bandits that have been plaguing the area. Taking the identities of two known bad guys from Texas the pair worm their way into Rago's trust.
Solid, if by the numbers western tale is full of action and comedy. While far from the most earth shaking of films in the series, it is one of the most consistent with no low points. The film moves along at a good clip and doesn't stop. If the film has anything working against it is that its extremely by the numbers. You know how it's all going to play out...even so it's still worth a watch with a big bowl of popcorn
0 of 0 people found this review helpful.
Was this review helpful to you?