Song Of Old Wyoming

  • 1945
  • Movie
  • NR
  • Western

A well-worn western with no new twists or exciting action to make it special. Dean plays the likable cowboy who fights only when he absolutely has to, and Padden is the do-gooder who wants Wyoming to be part of the Union despite the efforts of the evil LaRue. Dean, brought in by the villains to halt Padden's efforts, turns out to be her long-lost son. LaRue...read more

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A well-worn western with no new twists or exciting action to make it special. Dean plays the likable cowboy who fights only when he absolutely has to, and Padden is the do-gooder who wants Wyoming to be part of the Union despite the efforts of the evil LaRue. Dean, brought in by the

villains to halt Padden's efforts, turns out to be her long-lost son. LaRue is a classic as the black-clad scoundrel who reforms at the end. LaRue, with his trademark whip, would go on to become "Lash" LaRue in a series of B westerns of his own. The film was shot in Cinecolor, a cheap color

process which was not very effective.

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  • Rating: NR
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