Terror Of The Plains 2010 NR

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Reliable - Tom Tyler, Roberta Gail, Bill Gold, Charles Whitaker, Fern Emmett, Nelson McDowell. A ghost town is one of the settings in this likable B western...

Tom Tyler, Roberta Gale
57 minutes

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Genres Western
Director Harry S. Webb
Starring Tom Tyler, Roberta Gale
Supporting actors William Gould, Slim Whitaker, Fern Emmett, Nelson McDowell, Frank Rice, Ralph Lewis, Robert Walker, Murdock MacQuarrie, Jimmy Aubrey, Silver Tip Baker, Barney Beasley, Budd Buster, Bob Card, Art Dillard, Jack Evans, Herman Hack, Al Haskell, George Hazel
Studio Sinister Cinema
MPAA rating NR (Not Rated)
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Terror of the Plains, 1935 film

It begins with men singing around a campfire. The mail arrives. Tom Lansing gets bad news, he quits to return home. His friend Bandy also leaves. Tom’s father is in jail, accused of murder. He needs to get Butcher Wells as a witness to prove his innocence. Those who go to that ghost town never leave. A man rides there, chased by John Law. “Tom Smith” can fight some. Kramer is the boss of this outlaw roost. Tom fights Kramer, no holds barred. Tom wins and gets the girl. They are married by the Parson (he also strayed here and couldn’t leave). The men leave to rob a wagon. But a shot prevents this robbery! Who did it? One gang member will investigate. (Identification was done by a hat.)

The Parson recognizes Tom Lansing, and tells he can prove Tom’s father is innocent. There is a Kangaroo Court (the name tells of its Australian origins) to handle suspected traitors. Who is the double-crosser? Tom pulls a pistol to capture Butcher Wells and bring him back alive. But Wells has spare guns. The horses are stampeded out of town. There is plenty of shooting for action! [Nobody seems to need time to reload their six-shooters. The bent arms suggest blanks, not aimed fire.] The posse arrives to capture the gang. Wells gets away so there is a chase. Tom catches him for another fight. There is a happy ending. Tome gets the girl, Bandy gets the cook.

This seems below average for a story. If no one is allowed to leave where did they get their food (or the money to pay for it)? The fist fights seem false, they need a better trainer for more realistic punches. Its not a bad story, but there are better ones.
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