Riders Of The Dawn

  • 1937
  • Movie
  • NR
  • Western

Richmond is the bad guy who runs a small western town, and marshal Randall is out to stop him. The film climaxes with an exciting fight between Randall and Richmond on a runaway stagecoach. The fight ends with an improbable act of God, when Richmond is killed by a bolt of lightning. This film had some novel ideas and good action sequences, but ultimately...read more

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Richmond is the bad guy who runs a small western town, and marshal Randall is out to stop him. The film climaxes with an exciting fight between Randall and Richmond on a runaway stagecoach. The fight ends with an improbable act of God, when Richmond is killed by a bolt of lightning. This

film had some novel ideas and good action sequences, but ultimately ended up an inept production. Plot is sacrificed for speed, making for an often confusing story line. Worst of all was the unconvincing synching of Randall's songs; his voice and lip movements never match and his guitar obviously

is being played by someone else. Randall was the older brother of Monogram's cowboy star Bob Livingston and the studio hoped he would follow in his sibling's successful footsteps. Despite the studio's big plans for Randall, he never caught on with the public, and consequently faded away. His stint

at Republic was equally short-lived.

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