The Feud of the Trail (1937)

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A man who's a dead ringer for the leader of an outlaw gang kills the gang leader, then takes his place to try to bring the gang to justice.


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Director:

Robert F. Hill

Writer:

Basil Dickey (screenplay)

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25 November 2016 | bkoganbing
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| One glorious exception
Tom Tyler who plays a dual role is both a member of the Protective Association and an outlaw who is part of a gang he's tracking. The bad Tyler wants to quit the outlaw business and go back to helping his family in a feud they're having with the neighbors.

Unfortunately he's killed before he can do that and when the good Tyler goes to bring the family the news he meets dad while he's being ambushed. Not wanting to give things away, Tyler plays along and in the process the reasons for the feud and why the other family wants the late Tyler's family off the property are revealed.

The Feud Of The Trail is from a bottom barrel poverty row studio called Victory Pictures and it shows. This was done on a dental floss budget and the acting with one glorious exception is from hunger.

The exception being Vane Calvert playing a Ma Barker type head of the bad family with a bunch of really bottom feeding and not too bright sons. But I don't think she's worth seeing this routine western for.

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