West of the Law (1942)

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The Rough Riders arrive to fight Rand, Ludlow and their gang. Buck poses as a preacher, Tim as a preacher, and Sandy as an undertaker. Buck not only wants the outlaws, but also their unknown boss.


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  • Tim McCoy and Buck Jones in West of the Law (1942)
  • Tim McCoy and Buck Jones in West of the Law (1942)
  • Tim McCoy, Raymond Hatton, Buck Jones, and Harry Woods in West of the Law (1942)
  • Raymond Hatton, Buck Jones, and Silver in West of the Law (1942)
  • Raymond Hatton, Buck Jones, and Bud Osborne in West of the Law (1942)
  • Tim McCoy, Buck Jones, and Eddie Parker in West of the Law (1942)

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Director:

Howard Bretherton

Writer:

Adele Buffington (original screenplay)

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4 December 2004 | rsoonsa
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| END OF THE LINE FOR A PLEASURABLE SERIES OF FILMS.
The last entry of Monogram Picture Corporation's "Rough Riders" series of eight films, shot at the "Monogram Ranch" in northern Los Angeles County's Placeritas Canyon, this work is a cut below the series norm, not helped by careless direction and editing, unconvincing stuntwork, and some fluffed lines (notably by Jack Daley), but whenever the three principals are on the screen - Buck Jones as Buck Roberts, Tim McCoy as Tim McCall, with Raymond Hatton as Sandy Hopkins - all playing Federal Marshals called upon to aid citizens of a town (Gold Creek, Nevada) infested with a criminal band, the production offers a good deal to enjoy as the trio of stalwarts relies upon its customary guile, cunning and use of disguise to overcome the forces of evil, here led by veteran blackguards of the Western genre Roy Barcroft and dour Harry Woods.

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