Rodeo contestants Johnny King and Corrigan meet, their fathers having been members of the Range Busters. When Johnny is knocked unconscious, time reverts to their father's era and the Range... See full summary »
S. Roy Luby
John 'Dusty' King,
Harmon forces Jimmy to reveal the location of some hidden money. When Harmon's men go after the money, the Range Busters break up the attempted robbery. For his next move, Harmon lays a trap for Crash.Written by
Maurice VanAuken <email@example.com>
The earliest documented telecast of this film occurred Thursday 1 November 1945 on New York City's pioneer television station WNBT (Channel 1). It first aired in Philadelphia Sunday 18 December 1949 on Frontier Playhouse on WPTZ (Channel 3). See more »
[to Jim Breeden]
Harmon, you and your gang have stampeded your last peace officer. Sit down - I want to talk to you.
See more »
The Breeden Brothers, outlaws by trade are hanging around a certain territory doing their dastardly worse but with a special mission in mind. Brother and sister Edwin Brian and Luana Walters are the son and daughter of a judge who hung another brother. The Breedens, Al Bridge and Glenn Strange want some vengeance and what better way than to lure young Brian into the outlaw life.
But these two don't reckon the presence of the Range Busters. Monogram's trio of cowboy heroes are sent for to straighten out the outlaw situation and don't make a good appearance when Bridge, Strange and their gang steal their horses. They get off on the wrong foot, but no keeping a Range Buster down.
The usual we can expect is here with Ray Corrigan and Dusty King trying to court Walters and Max Terhune and Elmer with Elmer getting the film's best lines. It's a downer of an ending, but still in the spirit of the matinée kids, in fact there's a moral lesson in it for them.
Matinée kids of all ages should still like this one.
1 of 1 people found this review helpful.
Was this review helpful to you?
| Report this