Synopsis by Hans J. Wollstein
The last of 22 Monogram Westerns starring Jack Randall, Wild Horse Range was no worse -- nor any better -- than the previous series entries. Randall and his sidekick Manny (Frank Yaconelli) played horse traders battling a greedy and unscrupulous rival (Tom London). When some of his stock disappears, Jack follows the trail to a ranch belonging to Harriet Morgan (Marin Sais) and her young niece, Ann (Phyllis Ruth). A white stallion is accused of luring the Morgan mares astray but the horses are in reality being rustled by the ever-present London and his henchman (Charles King). After a final shootout, London and King are carted off to jail and Jack can begin planning a future with Ann. The brother of B-Western star Robert Livingston, Jack Randall had begun his screen career in the 1930s as Addison Randall. Following his four-year stint with Monogram, he changed his billing to Allan Byron for a while, but was Addison Randall once again when killed in a riding accident on the set of the serial The Royal Mounted Rides Again (1945).