Wild Brian Kent (1936)

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Polo player Brian stops in a Kansas town and find a girl and her aunt needing money to keep their ranch. He also finds his new real estate partner is the crook trying to do the women out of their ranch.



  • Ralph Bellamy and Stanley Andrews in Wild Brian Kent (1936)
  • Ralph Bellamy and Gertrude Messinger in Wild Brian Kent (1936)
  • Ralph Bellamy, Mae Clarke, and Helen Lowell in Wild Brian Kent (1936)
  • Ralph Bellamy and Stanley Andrews in Wild Brian Kent (1936)
  • Ralph Bellamy and Mae Clarke in Wild Brian Kent (1936)
  • Ralph Bellamy and Stanley Andrews in Wild Brian Kent (1936)

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3 November 2012 | MartinHafer
| I guess I can see why Bellamy mostly played supporting roles.
Ralph Bellamy was a fine actor but most of his films consisted of him playing in supporting roles--and mostly playing the guy who loses the girl by the end of the film. In the case of "Wild Brian Kent", however, Bellamy gets a chance to play lead. And, while he does the best he can under the circumstances, it's a film that just isn't very good. With more leading roles like this, it's no wonder he was mostly a supporting actor.

The film begins with Bellamy behaving boorishly aboard a train. Apparently, although he's an expert polo player, he's also a first-class heel and has not only squandered his inheritance but squandered all his friendships as well. In fact, they are so tired of the guy that they put him off at a station in the middle of no where. There, Bellamy's character continues to behave like a selfish jerk until, inexplicably, he meets up with a family in need and he gives up his selfish ways. But is it too late? The film never seemed real to me and was a lot like a B-western--with an evil boss-man trying to steal the nice family's homestead. While it's not a terrible film, Bellamy's change of heart seemed difficult to explain and he wasn't particularly likable. In addition, the plot just seemed rather contrived and silly. Not horrible but probably not worth your time either.

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Drama | Western


Release Date:

6 November 1936



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