When newcomers Whip and Bob break up a saloon fight they are made town Marshals. This puts then in the middle of the range war between large ranch owner Howard and the small ranchers. ...
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When newcomers Whip and Bob break up a saloon fight they are made town Marshals. This puts then in the middle of the range war between large ranch owner Howard and the small ranchers. Everyone thinks Howard is the culprit but Whip believes otherwise.Written by
Maurice VanAuken <firstname.lastname@example.org>
In this, his last of 22 starring roles for Monogram Pictures, 'Whip Wilson (I)' (av) didn't even carry his trademark bullwhip. In later years, his co-star Tommy Farrell joked that the notoriously "frugal" company sold his whip to finance the picture. See more »
[upon learning that the children of two feuding ranchers have fallen in love]
This business of being a lawman gets more confusing each day!
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Wyoming Roundup has Whip Wilson and sidekick Tommy Farrell arriving in town
and after cleaning up a group of hired gunmen in a saloon brawl, saloon owner
Lyle Talbot gives them a meal on the house and the town council hires them as
marshals as the sheriff was recently slain. In fact that's how the film opens.
A couple of feuding ranchers are at the heart of this range war. But let's say
Wilson and Farrell do too good a job in finding out who the real criminals are
who are hiring people like Robert J. Wilkie to rough folks up.
Whip Wilson who was to be Monogram's Lash LaRue never even cracked it once
during the film. Whip came along a bit too late, his stuff was being seen
regularly on that box that was getting into everyone's living room.
Average horse opera, nothing special.
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