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Law and Lawless (1932)

Montana and sidekick Pancho hire on at the Lopez rancho to fight Daggett and his outlaw gang. But Lopez's foreman Barnes is one of Daggett's men and he frames Montana for murder.

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... Montana
Hilda Moreno ... Rosita Lopez
... Pancho Gonzales
... Tex Barnes
... Don Roberto Lopez
... Buck Daggett (as Wally Wales)
... 'Cash' Hopton
... Betty Kelley
... Mr. Kelley
... Mrs. Kelley
Dynamite the Horse ... Dynamite - Montana's Horse (as Dynamite the Wonder Horse)
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The Night Riders, driving out the small ranchers, burn Kelley's place and the Kelley's, father, wife and young daughter Betty vacate. Montana, on his horse Dynamite, and his pal Pancho Gonzales, stop the Lopez' runaway carriage when the Riders attack them. "Lazy Y" foreman Buck Daggett hires Montana and Pancho, but they go to work for Don Roberto Lopez, at his El Rio Rancho, based on their reputation as gunmen. There, Montana courts the daughter of Lopez, Rosita, with Pancho giving him pointers in Spanish. El Rio foreman Tex Barnes, who secretly works for "Cash" Hopton, the instigator behind all of the trouble and the night riders, kills Steve and lays the blame on Montana. With a bit of help, Montana escapes and cleans up the gang of land grabbers. Julian Rivero sings "I Love You For a Song." Written by Les Adams <longhorn1939@suddenlink.net>

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30 November 1932 (USA)  »

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Don Roberto You Have A Lovely Daughter
9 July 2010 | by See all my reviews

Jack Hoxie and Julian Rivero ride into town where night-riders have been terrorizing the local ranchers. They get jobs with one of them Jack Bower has a lovely daughter in Hilda Moreno.

Their reputations as gunfighters proceed them and they get accused of some murder and some rustling not necessarily in that order. But any true devotee of the B western can tell you within 10 minutes as to who the mastermind will turn out to be.

Though the film has a bit of humor to it, mostly because of Rivero, it was one of those that signaled the end of Hoxie's career as a movie cowboy. He was having trouble transitioning to sound and this picture demonstrates he was having dialog trouble.


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