Lost Ranch (1937)

Passed   |    |  Comedy, Western

Cattlemen's Protective Association agent Tom Wade and his partner Happy are assigned to look into the disappearance of rancher John Carroll, who has been abducted by Carson, who wants to ... See full summary »


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28 March 2002 | Snow Leopard
Routine Western
"Lost Ranch" is a routine Western that is watchable, but it's a movie that has too many problems to be very satisfying. The story, which has Tom Tyler as a lawman trying to protect a couple of young women from a group of crooks, is very predictable, and is too often implausible as well. The heroine is supposed to be resourceful and independent, but she makes too many foolish decisions to be fully sympathetic. The bad guys likewise seem to have only a vague idea most of the time as to what it is that they are trying to accomplish, and they are too inept to make them worth disliking. The film moves fairly quickly, but it just doesn't have any real strengths.

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