Guns of the Pecos (1937)

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When Major Burton is killed and his horses rustled, Ranger Steve Ainslee joins the outlaws in their drive north. Seeing Judge Blake's name on the payoff check, Steve plans to trap Blake and... See full summary »

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Director:

Noel M. Smith

Writers:

Harold Buckley (screenplay), Anthony Coldeway (story)

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18 June 2012 | bkoganbing
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| Singing Ranger nails horse thieving judge
Guns Of The Pecos casts Dick Foran as a singing Texas Ranger who goes on an undercover assignment to nail a Judge Roy Bean like character who being both a judge and an outlaw has a nice little racket going in the town that he rules. As Foran notes to his captain "Rangers are as popular as rattlers" in that neck of the woods.

Robert Middlemass plays the crooked judge who is Roy Bean in all but his groupie like devotion to Lily Langtry. Anne Nagel plays the daughter of a ranch owner who is killed when his herd of horses is rustled. She gets a nice taste of Foran's baritone and after that she's his.

Middlemass is really something to see. Walter Brennan might have taken notes on what Middlemass does in Guns Of The Pecos before he played Roy Bean in The Westerner.

Fans of the singing cowboy genre and Dick Foran in particular should be pleased with this one.

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