Valley of Wanted Men (1935)

Passed   |    |  Western


Valley of Wanted Men (1935) Poster

Three men escape from prison, go back to their hometown to try to find out who framed them.


5.1/10
26

Photos

  • Russell Hopton and Grant Withers in Valley of Wanted Men (1935)
  • Frankie Darro and LeRoy Mason in Valley of Wanted Men (1935)
  • Drue Leyton in Valley of Wanted Men (1935)
  • Frankie Darro, Drue Leyton, and LeRoy Mason in Valley of Wanted Men (1935)
  • Frankie Darro, Russell Hopton, Drue Leyton, LeRoy Mason, and Jack Rockwell in Valley of Wanted Men (1935)
  • Frankie Darro, Russell Hopton, Drue Leyton, LeRoy Mason, Walter Miller, and Fred 'Snowflake' Toones in Valley of Wanted Men (1935)

See all photos

Get More From IMDb

For an enhanced browsing experience, get the IMDb app on your smartphone or tablet.

Get the IMDb app

Reviews & Commentary

Add a Review


User Reviews


20 February 2014 | bkoganbing
3
| There's a manhunt on
There's a manhunt on for three escaped convicts who are after some stolen bank loot after busting out of prison. Paul Fix and Russell Hopton are in on the robbery, but the authorities made a mistake in identifying the inside man and LeRoy Mason who was a cashier was arrested. Little does he realize that it was the bank manager himself Walter Miller who was the inside man and he's hidden the loot. The other two want to take it and run, Mason wants to prove his innocence.

Fortunately for Mason who usually graced many a B western as a villain, he has young junior Forest Ranger Frankie Darro on his side. In the end all is righted.

Why two men who did the job and who know who the boss was would want to escape with Mason who was framed is but one of the problems with this muddled story. It's a poverty row job from something called Conn Pictures so we start with low expectations.

And they are fulfilled.

Details

Release Date:

20 October 1935

Language

English


Country of Origin

USA

Women on Set: Celebrating Directors in Their Field

Inspired by The Farewell director Lulu Wang's call to action at the 2020 Independent Spirit Awards, we celebrate women filmmakers working in their field.

Watch the video

Around The Web

 | 

Powered by ZergNet

More To Explore

Search on Amazon.com