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Road Agent (1952)

Approved | | Western | 29 March 1952 (USA)
Brand controls the only road to the cattle market and is charging exorbitant rates. When Tim and Chito rob Brand to recover only their overcharge, they accidently end up with all of Brand's... See full summary »

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Cora Drew
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Milo Brand
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Sally Clayton
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Slab Babcock (as Bob Wilke)
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Sheriff Quillin (as Guy Edward Hearn)
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George Drew
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Brand controls the only road to the cattle market and is charging exorbitant rates. When Tim and Chito rob Brand to recover only their overcharge, they accidently end up with all of Brand's money. So they give it to the ranchers who then give it back to Brand so they can move their cattle. But there is trouble when that money is then stolen and Brand's Clerk murdered. Written by Maurice VanAuken <mvanauken@a1access.net>

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Tim's a Two-Gun Robin Hood!

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Enjoyable albeit routine Tim Holt western.
22 June 2006 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

Two cowboys (Tim Holt, Richard Martin)help cattle drivers against a ruthless land baron (Stanley Blystone) by stealing from him and giving the drivers the money so that they have enough money to buy a permit from him that will allow them to move their cattle across his land.

Watchable Tim Holt western, typically fast paced and quite enjoyable, albeit routine. There are a number of shoot outs, bar room brawls and obligatory love interests thrown in to please fans of the genre looking for a decent time waster. Holt ensures that the audience knows that he and Martin are inspired by Robin Hood by explicitly making reference to the famed man's deeds.


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