Last of the Warrens (1936)

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Ted Warren returns from WW1 to find that everyone thinks he was dead. The culprit is Kent who intercepted his mail, rustled the Warren cattle, took over the Warren ranch, and is now after ... See full summary »



  • Charles King and Bob Steele in Last of the Warrens (1936)
  • Steve Clark, Herman Hack, Charles King, Horace Murphy, and Bob Steele in Last of the Warrens (1936)
  • Helen Gibson, Lafe McKee, Horace Murphy, and Bob Steele in Last of the Warrens (1936)
  • Charles K. French, Charles King, Lafe McKee, Horace Murphy, and Bob Steele in Last of the Warrens (1936)
  • Charles King, Margaret Marquis, and Bob Steele in Last of the Warrens (1936)
  • Bob Steele in Last of the Warrens (1936)

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11 February 2006 | Spuzzlightyear
| Beware! Postmasters!
Believe it or not, 'The Last Of The Warrens' is one of the most entertaining movies I've seen in a long while. After a soldier comes back from the War to his small western town, everyone is shocked to see him.. they all thought he was dead! He's incredibly puzzled by this though, because he wrote almost every chance he got. After tearfully reuniting with his Dad and his long-suffering girlfriend, we find out that it's the POSTMASTER who's got a vendetta against poor Ted Warren! (It's all a long simmering family feud you see). Soon, Bob has to save his girlfriend, avenge his father being injured by the postmaster AND try to stop the bank robbery that just happened in town! Good grief almighty! This is, as you can probably tell, a whole lot of fun. Bob Steele is great as Ted Warren, who just wants to return to a simple life, and Charles King plays a convincing (and nimble!) heavy. This seemed to have put some THOUGHT into it, which is nice for a B-Western such as this, as the story cracks with suspense (I was rubbing my hands at some points wondering what was going to happen), great fight sequences (the two go at it like they were genuinely angry at each other, and not some sissy fights which I keep seeing from other Westerns) and has a relationship I finally care about. WELL DONE!

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