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Nevada Badmen (1951)
by Hans J. Wollstein review

By 1951 the bloom was off the rose for B-Westerns in general and Monogram's Whip Wilson oaters in particular. Never much to begin with, the Wilson efforts were truly showing signs of metal fatigue by the time of Nevada Badmen, which seems to have been quickly assembled and released mainly to hinterland audiences. For the record, Whip only uses his trademark weapon once this time around and inveterate blackguard Pierce Lyden plays a lawman for a change.