Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Last of the Warrens is ever-so-slightly better than most of Bob Steele's westerns for A.W. Hackel's Supreme Pictures. Once again, the hero, this time named Ted Warren, spends the lion's share of his screen time searching for the murderer of his father. In a unique twist, the bad guy turns out to be a government agent, which speaks not at all well for the G-Man screening process. At one point, the diminutive protagonist knocks out two hulking bad guys at once, a scene that really can't be watched with a straight face. Like most of Bob Steele's 1930s westerns, Last of the Warrens was written and directed by Steele's father Robert N. Bradbury.
battle [war], family-feud