Blazing Frontier (1943)

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In the 19th and last of the PRC "Billy the Kid" series (first six with Bob Steele and last 13 with Buster Crabbe), a feud develops between the settlers and the railroad detectives in Red ... See full summary »


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  • Buster Crabbe, Frank Hagney, and Al St. John in Blazing Frontier (1943)
  • Buster Crabbe, Frank Hagney, and Kermit Maynard in Blazing Frontier (1943)
  • Jimmy Aubrey, Buster Crabbe, Art Dillard, Frank Hagney, Robert F. Hill, I. Stanford Jolley, Cactus Mack, and Kermit Maynard in Blazing Frontier (1943)
  • Buster Crabbe, Frank Hagney, Marjorie Manners, and Al St. John in Blazing Frontier (1943)
  • George Chesebro, Buster Crabbe, Frank Hagney, and Al St. John in Blazing Frontier (1943)
  • Frank Ellis, I. Stanford Jolley, and Al St. John in Blazing Frontier (1943)

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19 July 2006 | revdrcac
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| Billy the Kid as a Good Guy !
This was the last in the long-running Billy the Kid series of low budget westerns. Buster Crabbe stars again, with his comical, whiskered sidekick Fuzzy St. John. This time, they are summoned to get to the bottom of some shady shenanigans being conducted by nefarious railroad agents.

Buster Crabbe and Fuzzy were a good team, performing the best they could with very limited resources. The script here was adequate, but not very unique. Good cast support is given by Kermit Maynard and the very prolific George Chesboro.

The print quality I saw was very poor, so beware. Fans of western programmers will find this one "okay" .........

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