Son of Oklahoma (1932)

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Verdugo finds a young boy on the desert and raises him as his son. Now a grown man, Dan is framed for a stagecoach robbery by Brent, the same man that shot his father and tried to take him and his mother away twenty years earlier.

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10 November 2018 | glennstenb
8
| Another atmospheric and grim tale from early 1930s Bob Steele
I enjoyed this film very much. It is grim and intense, with bleak and dimly-lit indoor settings and even bleaker and quite harsh outdoor desert settings. It is hard to imagine that life's comforts for most of us are so far removed from those days of 150 years ago! That stagecoach was rocking like the real thing, and indeed it probably was! The cast carried off their assignments quite well, a varied mix of characters and emotions on display. Sure, there are a few messy items that are tidied up a bit too easily, but heck, they only had an hour! One can be transported to the time of the old West very easily by giving this film a chance. The print I saw hard an underlying noise in the soundtrack, which only served to make the film more intriguing and atmospheric.. Earl Dwire was one heck of a presence back in the day...somehow he inexplicably got last billing in this one. This is a fine film (for its era and budget) to watch.

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