U.S. Marshal Tom Kenyon (Tom Keene), with his sidekick pal Pierre La Faire (Frank Yaconelli) is sent to aid the valley ranchers who are being driven from their homes by a gang of terrorists... See full summary »

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Frank Yaconelli ...
Pierre La Fair - Tom's Sidekick
Joan Curtis ...
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Donny Bedford (as Donald Stewart)
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Jim Regan (Crooked Rancher)
Wilhelm von Brincken ...
Tip Wallace (Gang Leader) (as William Vaughn)
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Rancher Steve Allen
Horace B. Carpenter ...
Rancher George Kent (as Horace Carpenter)
Nick Moro ...
Pancake (Allen Ranch Cook)
James Sheridan ...
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Steven Clensos ...
Henchman with Eye Patch (as Steve Clensos)
Fred Hoose ...
Rancher Wade
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U.S. Marshal Tom Kenyon (Tom Keene), with his sidekick pal Pierre La Faire (Frank Yaconelli) is sent to aid the valley ranchers who are being driven from their homes by a gang of terrorists. Tungsten has been secretly discovered and enemy agents led by Tip Wallace (William von Brincken using his WWII hide-out alias of William Vaughn) in cahoots with Jim Regan (Charles King), crooked foreman of the Allen (Steve Clark) ranch. Tom trails Regan to the gang's hideout and sends the recently-orphaned Donny (Donald Stewart) for the sheriff. Written by Les Adams <longhorn1939@suddenlink.net>

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1 May 1942 (USA)  »

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King Rides Again!
30 August 2015 | by See all my reviews

I suppose we should be thankful that this movie is included on Alpha's Rebellion DVD. It's not a good copy but watchable. The movie itself is mainly of interest to Charles King's legion of fans. He has a big part and comes across with all his usual sub-villainy. This time he's serving the interests of William von Brincken's obvious villain. In fact, we know from the start that von Brincken is the villain and King his chief henchman, so our interest in the story itself is entirely focused on what's going to happen next rather than whodunit. The movie's good characters, of course, are a really dumb lot, quite out of touch with what's happening in the real world of 1942. Considering the rather obviously thin budget, it's not too badly directed. I don't think there's a single traveling shot in the whole movie. Everything is presented from a fixed camera position. Given this sort of a low-level budget, director Robert Emmett Tansey hasn't done too badly.


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