Synopsis by Hans J. Wollstein
Produced by the prolific Film-Booking-Office, who specialized in inexpensive westerns, Range Terror starred the taciturn Bob Custer as a Texas Ranger. Aided by clever pooch Alaska, Custer tracks down the villain who killed lovely Thais Valdemar's young brother (Bobby Mack). As was often the case with FBO, the cast was more interesting than the film. The villain was played by one Boris Bullock, a Russian-born character actor who briefly pursued a starring career under the rather obvious name Kit Carson. Leading lady Thais Valdemar was the girlfriend of MGM star comic Karl Dane and was better known for suing a plastic surgeon than for any film role. The comedy was in the capable hands of Milburn Morante, whose career dated back to early silent slapstick farces. Custer's career waned with the coming of sound, but he nevertheless managed to hang around until 1937. He later became a building inspector.