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Flaming Guns (1932)

A ranch manager falls in love with a banker's daughter. After he and the girl's parents have a quarrel, he and the girl flee across the border into Mexico.

Director:

Arthur Rosson

Writers:

Peter B. Kyne (novel), Jack Cunningham (adaptation)
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Cast

Cast overview:
Tom Mix ... Tom Malone
William Farnum ... Henry Ramsey
Ruth Hall ... Mary Ramsey
Clarence Wilson ... J.P. Mulford (as Clarence H. Wilson)
George Hackathorne ... Hugh - Ramsey's Secretary
Duke R. Lee ... Red McIntyre (as Duke Lee)
Gilbert Holmes ... Pee Wee - Ranch Hand (as Pee Wee Holmes)
Tony Jr. the Horse Tony Jr. the Horse ... Tony - Tom's Horse (as Tony)
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When Banker Ramsey sees Tom bring in rustlers, he hires him. But when his daughter's picture appears on the front page after she and Tom are spotted at a nightclub, he changes his mind. Tom takes the job anyway and again catches rustlers saving Ramsey's herd. But when Ramsey arrives he has Tom arrested for trespassing Written by Maurice VanAuken <mvanauken@a1access.net>

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A blazing story of the West, presenting for the first time, TONY, Jr! See more »


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Referenced in Morning Glory (1933) See more »

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Not Very Interesting Modern Western
18 March 2021 | by lchadbou-326-26592See all my reviews

Under the opening credits we see stock footage, possibly taken from the major Universal release of two years before, All Quiet On the Western Front, of World War I which we will see soldiers returning from.The story based on Peter Kyne is a typical and not very interesting retread about cattle rustling, in fact it had been used when it was more fresh for the 1926 Hoot Gibson vehicle The Buckaroo Kid. There is also a romance between leading man Tom Mix and Ruth Hall, the daughter of a rich city banker played by William Farnum, with the banker firing Mix even though he was trying to help him, having him arrested and doing everything he can to prevent the cowboy from seeing his daughter again.


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

22 December 1932 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Flaming Guns See more »

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Universal Pictures See more »
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Sound Mix:

Mono (Western Electric Noiseless Recording Sound System)

Aspect Ratio:

1.37 : 1
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