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Old Oklahoma Plains (1952)

Approved | | Western | 25 July 1952 (USA)
One-time cavalry officer Rex Allen, between jobs as a star rodeo rider, is asked by his former commanding officer, Colonel Bigelow, to help settle a dispute between the army and local ... See full summary »

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Koko ...
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Slim
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Arthur Jensen
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Chuck Ramsey
Joel Marston ...
Lieutenant Spike Connors
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Colonel Charles Bigelow
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Henchman Cameron
Stephen Chase ...
Geneal William Parker
The Republic Rhythm Riders ...
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One-time cavalry officer Rex Allen, between jobs as a star rodeo rider, is asked by his former commanding officer, Colonel Bigelow, to help settle a dispute between the army and local ranchers. The cavalry has commandeered a large parcel of land needed to test their newly-designed tank and prominent rancher Jenson has encited the locals to rebel at this intrusion. It is up to Rex and his sidekick, Slim, to thwart Jenson and convince the residents that these army tests are essential. Written by Chris Stone <jstone@bellatlantic.net>

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25 July 1952 (USA)  »

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Golpe Traiçoeiro  »

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(RCA Sound System)

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1.37 : 1
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Features Army Girl (1938) See more »

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Dese Bones
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Sung by Rex Allen with The Republic Rhythm Riders
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As far as the eye can see.
20 December 2003 | by (Muskogee OK) – See all my reviews

An ex-cavalry officer(Rex Allen)tries to persuade defiant ranchers to allow the Army to run tank maneuvers on their land. Just like Saturday afternoon at the movies. This cowboy drama also features: Slim Pickens, John Crawford, Roy Barcroft and the debut of Elaine Edwards. Wholesome entertainment with typical western violence.


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