Based on a Peter Cheyney novel. Slim Callaghan (De Marney), is required to solve the death of a much hated rich man.
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Guest: David B. Schock, Ph.D., Filmmaker, The Road to Andersonville
Guest: Kookoosh Roger Williams Kchinodin, Associate Producer, The Road to Andersonville
Aces Wild -- A plan goes wrong. Heads start rolling. Waves are being felt all around the city, but one man refuses to oblige. He refuses to leave, refuses to hide. How long can he last when the whole city's underworld is after him???
Come on, Cowboys -- (1937, Republic) Ray Corrigan, Bob Livingston, Max Terhune, Maxine Doyle, Horace Murphy, Ed Piel, Roger Williams. A fine entry into the Three Mesquiteers series. When an old pal from the circus gets mixed up with thieves...
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(1938, Grand National) Ken Maynard, Earl Dwyer, Warner Richmond, Marjorie Reynolds. This OK film in Maynards Grand National series has Ken as a shootist falsely accused of bank robbery. He becomes sheriff of a lawless town, but will his reputation catch up to him? Sad to see Ken so overweight. It got worse in the 40s. 16mm.
Villain Jess Brand (Taylor) kills Hank Gelbert (McKee) to steal his ranch. However, cowboy Tom Rayburn (Tyler) arrives on the scene shortly after the murder and is accused of the crime. Tom manages to escape from the Sheriff (Whitaker), and must find the evidence to clear his name, and save Hank's daughter Ann (Martel) from losing the ranch. A fast-paced, exciting western with some unique touches, such as ventriloquist Doc Mathews (Lorch), who can help Tom prove his innocence.
(1937, Victory) Tom Tyler, Harlene Wood, Dick Alexander. After rescuing a man robbed by outlaw, Tom finds out some startling news: It seems the leader of the gang is a dead ringer from him!
A train is robbed; the brakeman is murdered. The Three Mesquiteers chase the killers into the wilds, but later are blamed for the crimes themselves. Later, the boys try to pass themselves off as performers while evading the police. A lively outing for Bob, Ray, and Max. Recommended. 16mm.
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