Tombstone Terror (1935)

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Jimmy Dixon, pursued by a band of Mexicans, changes clothes with a tramp, who takes off on his horse. Four miles later, Jimmy walks onto the Double-O Ranch, from which he had been thrown ... See full summary »


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  • Kay McCoy and Bob Steele in Tombstone Terror (1935)
  • Earl Dwire, Herman Hack, Artie Ortego, Tex Phelps, and Bob Steele in Tombstone Terror (1935)
  • Earl Dwire, Herman Hack, Tex Phelps, and Bob Steele in Tombstone Terror (1935)
  • Earl Dwire, George 'Gabby' Hayes, Kay McCoy, and Bob Steele in Tombstone Terror (1935)
  • George 'Gabby' Hayes, Kay McCoy, and Bob Steele in Tombstone Terror (1935)
  • George 'Gabby' Hayes, Kay McCoy, and Bob Steele in Tombstone Terror (1935)

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20 June 2018 | boblipton
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| George Hayes Leaves
There's plenty of story, action and acting in the randomly named B western. Bob Steele returns to his father's ranch, whence he had left under a cloud -- he had taken the blame for his identical twin's sins (also played by Steele) - and comes back to find his father sick and his brother letting the place go to pot while he gambles, drinks and gets involved in running stolen cattle with Earl Dwire. While the brother is in town, the prodigal son promises to buckle down and gets engaged to Kay McCoy. The rest of the movie is sorting things out, with a couple of good fistfights (slightly marred by soundman Herb Eicke's belief that a blow to someone's head sounds like a slapstick), and a high-speed cattle dive during the final fight.

Steele does a good job playing two characters, mostly by moving differently, drawing on silent movie techniques, and doubtless relying on George Hayes, who seems to have acted as dialogue director while with Robert Bradbury's unit. It was Hayes' last movie with the unit, and he's in full Gabby mode (although his character is called 'Soupy'). His next western would be with Tim McCoy and after that, it would be Hopalong Cassidy and Roy Rogers, as the most famous of the western sidekicks.

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