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Vengeance of Rannah (1936)

Insurance Agent Ted Sanders has been called in to investigate a robbery and murder. A deputy also arrives to investigate. But unknown to Ted, the Deputy is a fake and actually part of the ... See full summary »

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(as Raymond Samuels)

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(story), (screenplay) (as George Stevenson)
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Rannah (as Rin-Tin-Tin Jr.)
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Ted Sanders
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Doc Adams
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Mary Warner
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Frank Norcross
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Nolan - Henchman (as O. Gahan)
Eddie Phillips ...
Macklin - Henchman
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Sam - Posing as Barlow
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Deputy Barlow
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Insurance Agent Ted Sanders has been called in to investigate a robbery and murder. A deputy also arrives to investigate. But unknown to Ted, the Deputy is a fake and actually part of the gang. The fake plants some of the money in Ted's room so he can arrest him. Then with the help of the gang he plans to finish Ted off. Written by Maurice VanAuken <mvanauken@a1access.net>

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Thrilling Action! Stirring Adventure! See more »

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Mystery | Western

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Passed | See all certifications »
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6 November 1936 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Vingança de Lobo  »

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1.37 : 1
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The earliest documented telecasts of this film took place in Chicago Saturday 11 December 1948 on WGN (Channel 9), in Cincinnati Thursday 5 May 1949 on WKRC (Channel 11), in Los Angeles Sunday 24 July 1949 on KTSL (Channel 2) and in New York City Wednesday 7 December 1949 on WPIX (Channel 11). See more »

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Poverty row movies going to the dogs.
25 January 2016 | by See all my reviews

This is a poorly acted modern western crime drama where a smart canine runs rings around the human actors. The predictable plot line surrounds the payroll robbery and alleged law enforcement who really aren't on the up and up. Rin Tin Tin Jr. steals the scenery (and your heart) as the loyal pooch whom agent Bob Custer finds standing by his murdered owner. Rin takes to Custer like other dogs would to a bone, untimely saving the day but not the film thanks to the monotone and non-acting of practically everybody else, including the wooden leading man.

I've seen many low budget westerns and action films, and while they are often predictable and one dimensional, they are at least moderately well acted. This one creaks along on turtle time with only a few barks from Rin to keep its audience interested. Even a scene set in a big city skyscraper seems to drag, showing that very little attention was put in by Reliable Pictures director/producer Harry S. Webb and that this was rushed out to be the bottom part of a double bill that most likely only appealed to young boys. Without Rin Tin Tin Jr's participation, I would rank this as a bomb.


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