Rogue Of The Rio Grande

  • 1930
  • Movie
  • NR
  • Musical, Western

Fun-loving trickster Bohr makes his money by working as a Mexican bandit. He gets away with a heist in the small town of Sierra Blanca, but since there is no description of him, he stays on and enjoys the dancing and drinking at the local saloon, spending his time with Loy. The bandit soon catches the town sheriff involved in a robbery and pins the original...read more

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Fun-loving trickster Bohr makes his money by working as a Mexican bandit. He gets away with a heist in the small town of Sierra Blanca, but since there is no description of him, he stays on and enjoys the dancing and drinking at the local saloon, spending his time with Loy. The bandit soon

catches the town sheriff involved in a robbery and pins the original heist on the lawman. He and Loy calmly and indifferently leave town for the Mexican border. Overall, the film has an amateurish quality although there are quite a few pleasant moments, and songs, in it. Loy was on loan from

Warner Bros. for this so-called "musical western," and, for Bohr, it was one of his very few American pictures. Subsequently he devoted himself almost exclusively, as both actor and director, to Mexican films. Loy fans will be delighted to see her dance in her role as a saloon girl of shady

morals. Songs include: "Argentine Moon," "Carmita," "Song of the Bandoleros" Herbert Meyers, Oliver Drake.

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