Song of the Trail (1936)

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Song of the Trail (1936) Poster

A cowboy realizes too late that his girlfriend's father had been cheated out of everything in a crooked card game. He sets out to get revenge on the crooks.


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  • George 'Gabby' Hayes and Kermit Maynard in Song of the Trail (1936)
  • Evelyn Brent, Art Dillard, George 'Gabby' Hayes, Fuzzy Knight, Lynette London, Kermit Maynard, Wheeler Oakman, Roger Williams, and Rocky the Horse in Song of the Trail (1936)
  • Evelyn Brent and Kermit Maynard in Song of the Trail (1936)
  • Fuzzy Knight, Carl Mathews, Kermit Maynard, Wheeler Oakman, Lee Shumway, and Roger Williams in Song of the Trail (1936)
  • Andrea Leeds and Kermit Maynard in Song of the Trail (1936)
  • Evelyn Brent, George 'Gabby' Hayes, Fuzzy Knight, Andrea Leeds, Lynette London, and Kermit Maynard in Song of the Trail (1936)

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9 June 2019 | dougdoepke
Ride'em Cowboy !
To me, the oater's centerpiece is Maynard acting like a circus acrobat on the back of his horse Rocky. That comes early on, but his athletic moves continue throughout and are impressive as heck making me feel like a garden slug. Otherwise, the flick's a fairly standard kids matinee. Bad guy Arnold schemes to win a mining deed from gambling addict Hobson (Hayes) in a crooked poker game. Hero Carter (Maynard) battles Arnold's gang in an effort to get the deed back to needy Hobson. He's helped by sidekick (Knight) and Hobson's daughter (Leeds).

There's mostly hard riding around scrublands of greater LA, along with some fast shooting and flying fists-- standard stuff for matinee programs. However, silent screen actress Brent really registers as tough saloon girl Myra, who's abuse by Arnold is reflected in her sensitive inner moments. Also, catch Gabby Hayes in a straight role, again showing his versatility as a lot more than a comedic old grouch.

Anyway, it's a decent programmer with some novel camera shots and boisterous saloon crowds that add good marginal touches. So if you're an old front-row kid like me, don't miss it.

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Release Date:

15 March 1936

Language

English


Country of Origin

USA

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