No Man's Range (1935)

Genres - Western  |   Sub-Genres - B-Western  |   Run Time - 56 min.  |   Countries - USA  |  
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Filmed simultaneously with Alias John Law, this rather complicated Western from low-budget Supreme Pictures featured wiry Bob Steele as Jim Hale, a young cowboy summoned by his stepfather Ed (Charles K. French) to assume his share of the family ranch. When Jim and his elderly sidekick Fuzz (Buck Connors) arrive, they find themselves in the middle of a range war between the Greens and the Bradys. After helping lovely Helen Green (Roberta Gale) and her foreman Pat (Edward Cassidy) get their herd through a pass controlled by the Brady gang, Jim learns that Ed Brady (Steve Clark) has taken Olliver prisoner and substituted one of his own men (Earl Dwire). Caught by Brady's men and locked up with the real Olliver, Jim and Fuzz manage to escape and notify the sheriff (Jack Rockwell). Brady makes a desperate getaway attempt, but is caught by Jim and brought to justice.



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