Ethan Allen and the Green Mountain Boys are at war with the ruthless tax collectors, a bunch of outlaws, more Robin Hood than the Dalton gang. But when the authorities start to pin their misdeeds on them, Hawkeye must sort it out.

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Ethan Allen and the Green Mountain Boys are at war with the ruthless tax collectors, a bunch of outlaws, more Robin Hood than the Dalton gang. But when the authorities start to pin their misdeeds on them, Hawkeye must sort it out.

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In the first scene when Ethan Allen is accosting the corrupt official, his tie is tucked in to his waistcoat in close shots but then hanging outside it in group shots. See more »

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George Barnes and Chris Wiggins
17 August 2016 | by (Youngstown,Ohio) – See all my reviews

"The Ethan Allen Story" centers on the real life Ethan Allen (George Barnes, second of four), who became a hero during the Revolutionary War, but in earlier years founded the Green Mountain Boys, here depicted as a kind of band of roaming Merry Men, Allen as Robin Hood. The object of their scorn is the corrupt Sheriff Peterson (Chris Wiggins, second of six) and his chief tax collector Bulmer (Stan Francis, last of three), lining their own pockets with the money they collect, citizens like Ficket (Les Rubie, second of three) unwilling to speak out for fear of being jailed. Hawkeye tries to convince Ethan Allen to give himself up, only for Big Jake (John Ringham, first of two) to accuse Hawkeye of treachery after Allen is caught and set to hang without a trial. Lon Chaney gets several choice lines throughout, but even his question about the meaning of taxes gets no satisfactory answer from his white brother. John Ringham's lengthy career began here in Canada, spending the rest of his life in his native England, becoming a fixture on shows like THE AVENGERS.


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