Shotgun Pass (1931)

Passed   |    |  Action, Romance, Western


Shotgun Pass (1931) Poster

Tim Walker has rounded up horses for delivery to the Army and needs to drive them through Shotgun pass. The Mitchell brothers are also in the horse business and they have blocked the pass in an attempt to stop him.


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6 June 2015 | MartinHafer
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| Good guys do wear black...though this is far from McCoy's best.
I have long enjoyed Tim McCoy's B-westerns--mostly because he didn't sing, wasn't so pretty and was a real-life tough guy. However, just because I enjoy his films doesn't mean I'm blind to his misfires--and this one is a misfire.

The film has an ultra-simple plot. The ugly Mitchell brothers want a government contract to supply horses to the army, so they vow to destroy Tim Walker (McCoy) and take away his contract. This is a huge problem with the plot--it's painfully obvious to EVERYONE from the start what they're up to and the brothers just look like two hobos they took off the street--not menacing villains. Additionally, the film is a bit slow and the rest of the characters rather uninteresting. Clearly a film for his fans but practically no one else.

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Release Date:

1 November 1931

Language

English


Country of Origin

USA

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