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The Feud Maker (1938)

When Tex is brought in to fight in a range war between the cowmen and the nesters, he meets his old outlaw boss Lassiter. He learns Lassiter is behind the feud when Lassiter asks him to ... See full summary »

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Marion Weldon ...
Sally Harbison
Karl Hackett ...
Rand Lassiter aka Ross Landers
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Ben Harbison
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Cowlick Connors
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Jake Slaven
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Sheriff Manton
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Marshal John Kincaid
Jack C. Smith ...
Nelson
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Mark - Cowhand
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Hank Younger
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When Tex is brought in to fight in a range war between the cowmen and the nesters, he meets his old outlaw boss Lassiter. He learns Lassiter is behind the feud when Lassiter asks him to join up with his gang. Tex refuses and instead sets out to stop the feud but no one will believe him that Lassiter is responsible. Written by Maurice VanAuken <mvanauken@a1access.net>

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texas | feud | outlaw | scheme | rancher | See All (52) »

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WAR IN THE WEST! Incited by a treacherous band of outlaws...threatening destruction of innocents lives!


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Passed | See all certifications »
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15 April 1938 (USA)  »

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Many of the uncredited performers played two roles by changing their clothes. See more »

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Edited into Six Gun Theater: The Feud Maker (2015) See more »

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Let's Play the feud!
31 October 2005 | by (Vancouver) – See all my reviews

When Tex Ryan goes over to his uncle's ranch to help him out, he finds out his Uncle has died because of the feud between the ranchers and the cowboy folk. Ryan refuses to take sides (sort of) and somewhat gets the two to realize that a former compadre of his is behind this so called war. Even though Bob Steele is remarkably good looking (and has plenty of hair goo), his acting here is sub par, which ranges just about remotely interested, which is surprising, as Mr Steele certainly knew how to act if he wanted to, but the material here is tired and somewhat confusing and therefore the film suffers a bit. But great brutal fist fight in the end though.


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