Duke, Pete and Spence and later ambush ex-Ranger Johnny Mack Brown and steal his horse. In Silver Springs, town banker Fred Allison is forced to borrow heavily from livery stable owner Ed ... See full summary »
In 1876 Dawson wants to prevent a train from getting to Tomahawk CO on time, to keep it from competing with his stage coach line. Kit, who must get the train to its goal, forces Johnny ... See full summary »
A disgruntled settler kills an Apache chief at Fort Yuma, and the fort's commander knows that the chief's son, Manga Colorado, will seek revenge and go on the warpath. He sends word by a ... See full summary »
A Greek Fisherman brings an Atlantean Princess back to her homeland which is the mythical city of Atlantis. He is enslaved for his trouble. The King is being manipulated by an evil sorcerer... See full summary »
Pat Croft is welcomed back home by her mother, Mary, owner of a stage and freight line, and by foreman Jimmy Wakely and Cannonball. A man, Lance Regan, that Pat met on the stage is hired by... See full summary »
Duke, Pete and Spence and later ambush ex-Ranger Johnny Mack Brown and steal his horse. In Silver Springs, town banker Fred Allison is forced to borrow heavily from livery stable owner Ed Hooper to make good the hold-up losses. Johnny jumps Duke, gets a confession out of him that reveals Hooper as the gang leader, and sets out after Spence and receivers his stolen horse. He confronts Hooper, but is thrown in jail by an outlaw posing as a Marshal. Cinthy Allison recognizes the fake Marshal, and Hooper makes a break, with Johnny giving chase. Written by
Les Adams <email@example.com>
The crooks are robbing the stagecoaches - they also steal Johnny Mack Brown's horse, Rebel.
As this one was made in 1951 - during Johnny's "plump" period - I suspect Rebel may not have minded too much! No comic sidekick this time out and, for once, Johnny doesn't play a roving marshal - just a retired roving marshal.
Leading lady Phyllis Coates has little to do but stand around smiling. The bad guys - including veteran villains House Peters Jr.,John Merton and Lee Roberts - are so obviously bad that one wonders how the good townsfolk couldn't see through them.
All good undemanding fun!
3 of 3 people found this review helpful.
Was this review helpful to you?