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The Daltons' Women (1950)

Approved | | Western | 25 February 1950 (USA)
The Dalton gang has moved west taking new identities and Marshals Lash and Fuzzy are after them. They receive help from Pinkerton agent Joan Talbot as they try to sort out who the bad guys really are.

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Lash La Rue ...
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Fuzzy Q. Jones (as Fuzzy St.John)
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Clint Dalton - Mike Leonard
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Mayor
Pamela Blake ...
Joan Talbot
Jacqueline Fontaine ...
Jacqueline Fontaine
Raymond Hatton ...
Sheriff Doolin
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Emmett Dalton
J. Farrell MacDonald ...
Alvin - Stage Company Representative
Terry Frost ...
Jess Dalton - Billy Saunders
Stanley Price ...
Manson - Henchman
Bud Osborne ...
Adams - Stage Driver
Cliff Taylor ...
George - Bartender
Buff Brady ...
Red - Henchman
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The Dalton gang has moved west taking new identities and Marshals Lash and Fuzzy are after them. They receive help from Pinkerton agent Joan Talbot as they try to sort out who the bad guys really are.

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25 February 1950 (USA)  »

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Dalton's Women  »

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The Man in Black totes a Tin Star ..........
7 June 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

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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