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Rough Riders: Below the Border (2007)

Raymond Halton,Tim McCoy Buck Jones , Sam Newfield  |  NR |  DVD
4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)

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  • Actors: Raymond Halton,Tim McCoy Buck Jones
  • Directors: Sam Newfield
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Black & White, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Alpha Home Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: February 27, 2007
  • Run Time: 90 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000MV9ODQ
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #535,021 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
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The Rough Riders head to the badlands to round up a crazed gang of killers.

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8 of 10 people found the following review helpful
VCI Entertainment and Monogram Pictures present "Below the Border" (1942) (digitally remastered), although The Rough Riders had a short run, they turned out some of the best B-Westerns ever to grace the Saturday Matinee screen...our story is the fourth of eight in the Rough Riders series is a better than average oater...three U.S. Marshals are working undercover Buck, Tim and Sandy looking for the culprits who killed U.S. Marshal Gordon, a comrade in arms...Roy Barcroft has forced Dennis Moore who works on the Linda Brent ranch to give him information so his men can steal the family jewels...always pretending not to know one another the Rough Riders are on the job...Buck poses as a wanted outlaw to get into the gang, Tim as a cattle buyer, and Sandy is collecting information as the saloon janitor...can they also outwit our favorite villain Charles King (Steve Slade), who is always known as Blackie...don't miss a single scene as Buck and King have their final showdown....just remember double thrills, chills, mystery and suspense...hitting the bull's eye with excitement...don't miss any of the Rough Riders features loaded with action that will leave you wanting more of his B-Western adventures

Under director Howard P. Bretherton, producer Scott R. Dunlap, original story by Jess Bowers ...the cast include Buck Jones (Marshal Buck Roberts), Tim McCoy (Marshal Tim McCall), Raymond Hatton (Sandy Hopkins), Linda Brent (Rosita Garcia), Charles King (Steve Slade, aka Blackie Johnson), Roy Barcroft (Ed Scully), Bud Osborne (Bill/henchman), Eva Puig (Aunt Maria), Dennis Moore (Joe Collins), Reed Howes (Max/henchman), Kermit Maynard (Jeff/henchman), Jack Rockwell (Sheriff J.B. Lawler), Silver (Buck Jones, wonder horse). . . . . . . . .
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Another Undercover Investigation June 21, 2010
Below the Border, 1942 film

The film begins with a stagecoach drawn by four horses going through the hills. There is danger in this country. The Sheriff tacks Wanted posters in the stores. Five robbers chase the stagecoach, firing many shots until the guard and driver are shot. Is the stranger a coward? There is drama in the tavern. A cattle buyer from Kansas watches a man mop the floor. The Sheriff sends out men to trail the robbers. Is it healthy to have too good a memory there? Did someone tip off the robbers that valuable jewels were carried by Miss Garcia? We learn the robbers work for Scully, the tavern owner. We learn who is their contact at the Garcia ranch. "The Rough Riders" begin their undercover investigation.

"John Robbins" has a reputation. "Don't tax your brain." "Robbins" can fence those stolen jewels. McCall looks at cattle at the Garcia ranch. Joe Collins is on edge; somebody shoots him. He tells McCall that Slade killed Marshal Gordon. The robbers steal cattle from the Porter ranch. The Sheriff rounds up the boys to chase the rustlers. But Slade knew the real Robbins and knows this one is an imposter! The gang has to work fast. Slade snoops around the Sheriff's office. Buck Roberts chews gum, then meets Slade for a confrontation. There will be no more trouble from Slade. Tim trails the gang to their hideout. They pursue the gang, firing shots. Buck captures Scully and recovers the jewels. Tim and Sandy capture the rest of the gang. There is a happy ending. "The Rough Riders" will separate to their home states and their personal business. Until they ride again.

This is another classic western that is part morality play and a detective story. A ranch owner is threatened by robbers and rustlers. Acquiring property has its costs. The tavern owner is the secret mastermind of the robber gang (a possible legacy of Prohibition?).
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Great films, lousy DVD February 26, 2007
Source material & transfers for this Critics' Choice edition ranges from fair to poor, with RIDERS OF THE WEST virtually unwatchable. Don't waste your money: try the VCI releases of these films, which are said to be quite good.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Top of the Line among "B" Western Trios December 8, 2008
THe "3 Mesquiteers" were one of the most prolific "B" western trios, and the group was made up of a rather large group of interchangeable actors throughout the 1930's & 1940's ( e.g. * John Wayne, Robert Livingston, Ray "Crash" Corrigan, Max Terhune, Duncan Renaldo, and Bob Steele to name a few). But, though they had a long run of success, they most always came off a little too "slick" and boring to watch at times. Other trios came and went, but none ever reached the pinnacle that the Mesquiteers did. ~ Unfortunately, my favorite trio came and went way too soon. Or, was that too late?! This trio was nearing the ends of their "B" western days as the entire "B" industry was beginning to fade. Though there was a plethora of single saddle pals throughout the 1940's and on into the early 1950's ( e.g. - Don "Red" Barry, Ken Maynard, the great Charles Starrett as the "Durango Kid", "Hoot" Gibson, Alan "Rocky" Lane, Rex Allen, Johnny Mack Brown, "Whip" Wilson, Tex Ritter, the fascinating "Lash" Larue, the fine entertainer and son-of-the west, "Sunset" Carson ( way up at the top of my favorite list, though his career of making quality, westerns faded after he and Republic Pictures split over contract differences ), the rugged and durable super western star, Randolph Scott, Hopalong Cassidy - ( Of course!!! ),and other solid and popular "B"-men. *** But,to me, from the time I saw my first grainy, flawed "B" western on our old b&w RCA excuse for a television, my all-time FAVORITE good-guy-cowpoke has always been the rugged, hoss-ridin'est, jaw-bustinest, gal-lovin'est, often humorous Buck Jones. Read more ›
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