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Feud of the Range (1939)

In an attempt to drive out settlers of the Los Trancos valley, through which the railroad proposes to run a line, railroad representative Clyde Barton conspires with Dirk to cause a range ... See full summary »

Director:

Harry S. Webb

Writers:

George H. Plympton (story) (as George Plympton), Carl Krusada (screenplay)
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Cast

Complete credited cast:
Bob Steele ... Bob Gray
Richard Cramer ... Tom Gray
Gertrude Messinger ... Madge Allen
Frank LaRue ... Harvey Allen
Jean Cranford Jean Cranford ... Helen Wilson
Bob Burns ... Pop Wilson (as Robert Burns)
Budd Buster ... Happy (as Bud Buster)
Jack Ingram ... Clyde Barton
Charles King ... Henchman Dirk
Duke R. Lee ... Sheriff Cal Waters
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In an attempt to drive out settlers of the Los Trancos valley, through which the railroad proposes to run a line, railroad representative Clyde Barton conspires with Dirk to cause a range war between the two largest ranchers, Tom Gray and Harvey Allen. Written by Les Adams <longhorn1939@suddenlink.net>

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Bob Steele's character gets his girlfriend's name wrong when he sees his father for the first time. Reacting to Tom Gray's insistence that neighboring rancher Harvey Allen started their feud and that Bob was sticking up for them because he was sweet on Allen's daughter Madge, Steele comments "Helen's just as wrong as you are". Helen was the daughter of Pop Wilson, who Bob Gray and sidekick Happy just helped out of a jam with the bad guys See more »

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Bob and Budd vs. villains riding roughshod
3 July 2020 | by frank4122See all my reviews

At Los Trancos it's Bob Steele's dad versus the Bar A Ranch. Many reliable western actors in this one. Budd Buster was great as a sidekick and for comic relief. Jack Ingram who's ranch was used for many Roy Roger's films. Richard Cramer a mainstay western and Laurel and Hardy heavy. Of course, Charles King is always there when the lead is being thrown. I've never seen Gertrude Messinger or Duke R. Lee but they did well as Steele's love interest and the sheriff respectively.


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

15 January 1939 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

The Kanab Kid See more »

Filming Locations:

Cave Lakes, Utah, USA See more »

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Mono

Aspect Ratio:

1.37 : 1
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