Marshals Lash and Fuzzy have been sent to bring in the masked whip wielding El Azote. When Lash displays his ability with his whip, he is hired to impersonate El Azote. This eventually brings the two together for the climatic whip fight.
Having sent Deuce Rago to prison in Frontier Revenge (1948), Lash finds he's out and his outlaw gang are at it again. This time he has the Lawyer Leonard and Joan to help him out and Lash and Fuzzy must bring him in once more.
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 »
The Marshal sends Lash and Fuzzy south of the border where McCord runs a smuggling operation. His chief henchman, known as the Frontier Phantom, is Lash's brother and it's not long before the two brothers meet.
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 »
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 »
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 »
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 »
Marshal Lash LaRue and his hirsute sidekick Fuzzy are on the trail of the legendary Dalton gang in this action-filled B-western. With the help of his usual snooping and detective work, the whip-slinging lawman eventually saves the day, corrals the villains and rides into the sunset ......
This film is better scripted and produced than many of the low-budgeted Lash films. Lash LaRue was limited in his range as an actor, but to a generation of youngsters in the south he was the #1 Cowboy. His films , like this one, were predictable yet fun. I enjoyed this one.
Fuzzy St. John was good in this one, using his decades of clowning experience to illicit quite a few chuckles here.
One of Lash's better films.
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