Last of the Warrens
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Bob Steele is directed by his father, Robert N. Bradbury, in this Supreme Pictures Corporation production, considered one of their best. Steele, who was born Robert Bradbury, Jr., took roles in a number of the senior Bradbury's films, as well as dozens of other cowboy pictures. Unlike many of his fellow western stars, Steele routinely broke free of the genre, notably playing Curly in the 1939 classic Of Mice and Men.
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First up of this double feature from Republic Pictures is "The Arizona Gunfighter" (1937).(60 min)..Under director Sam Newfield, producer A.W. Hackel, original short story by Harry F. Olmsted, screenplay by George H. Plympton...the cast include Bob Steele (Colt Ferron/The Arizona Gunfighter), Jean Carmen (Beth Lorimer), Ted Adams (Wolf Whitson), Ernie Adams (Grizzly Barr), Lew Meehan (Snake Bralt), Steve Clark (Sheriff), Karl Hackett (Durkin/rancher), John Merton (Farley/henchman), A.C. Henderson (Gov. Gray), Frank Ball (Dan Lorimer), Budd Buster. . . . . . . . our story has hero Bob Steele (Colt Ferron) shooting down two veteran character actors Karl Hackett (Durkin) and John Merton (Farley) in self defense for killing his father...hitting the trail now as an outlaw Steele meets up with Ted Adams (Wolf Whitson) who is sort of a Robin Hood stealing from the villains and returning to the rightful owners...Steele and Adams become very close and the camaraderie is touching, as Adams turns himself in and deeds is ranch to Steele...Adams old gang shows up led by Lew Meehan (Snake Bralt) and events begin to unfold, can Steele beat them on his own or will the Governor release Adams so they can join forces and thwart these badmen on the Republic lot...Read more ›