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Roarin' Guns (1936)

Passed | | Western | 29 January 1936 (USA)
Evans and Walton have started a range war causing rancher Morgan to send for the reputed killer Tim Corwin. Walton then frames Tim for the murder of Morgan. When Tim escapes the Sheriff, ... See full summary »

Director:

Sam Newfield

Writer:

Joseph O'Donnell (story and screenplay)
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Cast overview:
Tim McCoy ... Tim Corwin
Rosalinda Price Rosalinda Price ... May Carter
Wheeler Oakman ... Walton
Rex Lease ... Jerry
John Elliott ... Bob Morgan
Karl Hackett Karl Hackett ... Evans
Richard Alexander ... Bull Langdon (as Dick Alexander)
Jack Rockwell ... Dave Barry
Ed Cassidy ... Sheriff
Tommy Bupp ... Buddy Morgan
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Evans and Walton have started a range war causing rancher Morgan to send for the reputed killer Tim Corwin. Walton then frames Tim for the murder of Morgan. When Tim escapes the Sheriff, Evans and Walton set Tim up to be murdered. But Morgan's son Buddy overhears their plans and rides to warn Tim. Written by Maurice VanAuken <mvanauken@a1access.net>

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Battling Tim McCot Enters a Range War with Blazing Guns and Finishes It! See more »

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Western

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Filmed in 1935, not released until 1936. See more »

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Squeeze Play
3 July 2013 | by bkoganbingSee all my reviews

Roarin' Guns stars Tim McCoy as a Shane like western hero who being sent for by his good friend John Elliot who is caught in a squeeze play between two feuding ranchers Karl Hackett and Wheeler Oakman. They both want to acquire the property he's running for niece Rosalinda Price.

Elliot is killed and McCoy's reputation makes him a likely suspect. The one who truly believes in him is Elliot's young son Tommy Bupp. In fact he has a headshot autographed photograph of McCoy just like the ones that McCoy autographed for all the fans of his movies. I have to say that Roarin' Guns has first in B westerns or even C westerns where this one belongs. First time I ever saw a gunslinger having 8 by 10 glossies available for his fans.

That bit of silliness was really too much for me. This film was given or inflicted on the movie-going public by an outfit called Puritan Pictures. Poor McCoy, he really must have not had any better offers.


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

29 January 1936 (USA) See more »

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Lobos Humanos See more »

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1.37 : 1
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