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Saddle Legion (1951)

Approved | | Western | 7 April 1951 (USA)
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After being fired by Warren, Gabe crosses the border to see Ace Kelso and they make plans to get Warren's cattle. They waylay the Cattle Inspector and replace him with their man Regan. ... See full summary »

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Dave Saunders
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Dr. Ann F. Rollins
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Regan
Mauritz Hugo ...
Ace Kelso
James Bush ...
Gabe
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Mercedes (as Movita Castaneda)
Cliff Clark ...
Fred Warren
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Chief John Layton
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Mexican Police Captain (as George Lewis)
Dick Foote ...
Sandy
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Henchman Hooker (as Bob Wilke)
Richard Martin ...
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After being fired by Warren, Gabe crosses the border to see Ace Kelso and they make plans to get Warren's cattle. They waylay the Cattle Inspector and replace him with their man Regan. After Regan condemns the cattle they plan to drive them across the border. But Dave Saunders is suspicious of the phony Inspector and rides off to check with the Chief Inspector. Written by Maurice VanAuken <mvanauken@a1access.net>

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7 April 1951 (USA)  »

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Ginete Audacioso  »

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(RCA Sound System)

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A solid , entertaining B-western !
3 June 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Tim Holt was one of the more accomplished actors to ever appear in the B-westerns. While he was great in films such as Treasure of Sierra Madre & Magnificent Ambersons, he always seemed most at home in the saddle. Pairing him with Chito Martin was pure genius .....they remain my favorite western team. That and a great script make this entertaining .

In this well-written action yarn, Tim and his Mexican-Irish sidekick take on a cattle-rustling scheme. Their honesty,tenacity and detective work help save the day. Richard Martin was especially good in this one, equally adept at action and comedy. Dorothy Malone was good also.

I highly recommend this one. This shows why B-westerns were so popular. Enjoy, Pardners!


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