Rainbow Valley (1935)

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John Martin is a government agent working under cover. Leading citizen Morgan calls in gunman Galt who blows Martin's cover.


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  • John Wayne and Lucile Browne in Rainbow Valley (1935)
  • John Wayne and George 'Gabby' Hayes in Rainbow Valley (1935)
  • John Wayne and Lloyd Ingraham in Rainbow Valley (1935)
  • John Wayne and LeRoy Mason in Rainbow Valley (1935)
  • John Wayne and Jay Wilsey in Rainbow Valley (1935)
  • Jay Wilsey in Rainbow Valley (1935)

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25 September 2007 | jayraskin1
Dynamite Ending, But Runs Out of Gas Early
This has a cast of over forty, which makes it twice as big as the usual Lonestar production.

Gabby Hayes carries much of the movie with his usual gruff-old-goat character. Unfortunatey, he's only in the first fifteen and last ten minutes of the film.

John Wayne plays a "Special Agent" John Martin who builds a road to the outlaw forsaken town of Rainbow Valley. He basically sleepwalks through the part.

As other reviewers noted, it is a bit irritating that the female characters are always dressed in 1930's fashion.

This seems to be about average for a Lonestar production. It is not one of my favorites.

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