After four of his men have been poisoned by Joe Lang ('Carl Mathews' )qv)), a member of a land-grabbing outlaw gang led secretly by town boss Carson (Leonard Penn), rancher Mark Jones (... See full summary »

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Johnny Mack Brown
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Dave Emmett
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Carson
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Henchman Bull Bradley
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Whiskey Evans
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Marshal Hatch
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Chip Mullins (as Stan Blystone)
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After four of his men have been poisoned by Joe Lang ('Carl Mathews' )qv)), a member of a land-grabbing outlaw gang led secretly by town boss Carson (Leonard Penn), rancher Mark Jones (Steve Clark) beds his herd on Six Gun Mesa just outside of town. Lang stampedes the cattle and Jones and all of his cowhands are killed. Carson implicates and frames ranch foreman Dave Emmett (Riley Hill) for the crimes, and Dave's friends, Johnny Mack (Johnny Mack Brown) and Whiskey Evans (Milburn Morante), set out to prove his innocence. Written by Les Adams <longhorn1939@suddenlink.net>

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GOLD-FILLED "HOMESTEAD" LANDS HELD BY OUTLAW GUNS! Wild western thrills...as Johnny blasts killer-gangs to keep the covered wagons rolling! See more »

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30 April 1950 (USA)  »

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(Western Electric Recording)

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Sweet Betsy from Pike
American Folk Song
Performed by Gail Davis
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Outlaw frame-up !
4 August 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Johnny Mack Brown stars in this aptly titled 1950 western, with a familiar plot but interesting characters. The former gridiron star sets out to clear the name of a friend who is being framed for illegal activities.

Brown's earlier films were some of his best, but this one was surprisingly well done. The lovely Gail Davis appears here in another fine supporting role. This movie holds the viewers interest throughout,with only a few slow spots.

Action, decent acting and good pacing add up to a pretty fair oater. Fans of the era will find this one a good example of a standard programmer.


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