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The Texas Marshal 2008

4.5 out of 5 stars (2) IMDb 6.9/10

(1941, PRC, aka LONE STAR MARSHAL) Tim McCoy, Art Davis, Kay Leslie, Charlie King, Karl Hackett. Tims last solo starring western. A shady businessman is actually the head of a gang that is terrorizing local ranchers. Tim investigates and discovers much of the local farmland is rich with valuable tin deposits. 16mm.

Tim McCoy, Art Davis
57 minutes

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Genres Western
Director Sam Newfield
Starring Tim McCoy, Art Davis
Supporting actors Kay Leslie, Karl Hackett, Edward Peil Sr., Charles King, Dave O'Brien, Budd Buster, John Elliott, Wilson Edwards, Byron Vance, Rhythm Riders, Gene Haas, Ace Dehne, Rusty Cline, Tony Fiore, Silver Tip Baker, Horace B. Carpenter, Tex Cooper, Art Dillard
Studio Sinister Cinema
MPAA rating NR (Not Rated)
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By J. Lovins HALL OF FAMEVINE VOICE on June 29, 2009
Format: DVD
Poverty Row Pictures presents "TEXAS MARSHAL" (13 July 1941) (58 mins/B&W) (Fully Restored/Dolby Digitally Remastered) --- The American actor Tim McCoy in real life was a sharpshooter and famed for his fast draw --- The Native Americans had no better ambassador than Tim McCoy, a former Indian language translator in real life --- Tim McCoy spoke passionately about this country's longtime abuse of its native population by breaking treaty after treaty --- McCoy an expert on the Old West, also an authority on Indian folklore could converse in Indian sign language --- McCoy was inducted into the "Hall of Great Western Performers of the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum" in 1973, also inducted into "The Cowboy Hall of Fame" in 1974.

Under the production staff of:
Sam Newfield - Director
William Lively - Screenwriter
Sigmund Neufeld - Producer
Jack Greenhalgh - Cinematographer
Holbrook N. Todd - Film Editor

The story line and plot, our hero 'Steely Eyed' Tim McCoy is in another poverty row quickie western --- Around the town of Cactus Creek a rancher has been killed and others are missing and Marshal Tim 'Trigger' Rand (Tim McCoy) has been called in --- Ernest Moore (Karl Hackett) has found tin ore and now holds many of the rancher's deeds --- Comparing bullets leads Tim to Moore's henchman and then opening Moore's safe he finds the ore samples and the deeds --- But his plan to bring in Moore and his men using Art Davis' short wave radio is thwarted when Art is captured --- Art Davis and His Rhythm Riders, relevant to the action, help liven things up --- So do presences of familiar faces and assured talents of Karl Hackett and Charlie King doing the villainy, Dave O'Brien in a light supporting role and Ed Peil Sr.
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Much Like Ben Johnson. There was no phony in Lt.Col Tim McCoy.
He was a light hearted well balanced actor on the screen. I really don't think
Tims characters were much different then he was in real life.
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