The Falcon Out West (1944)

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When a Texas playboy is murdered in a New York City nightclub the Falcon investigates. When he learns that the victim died from rattlesnake venom, the trail leads to Texas, his own ... See full summary »



  • Barbara Hale in The Falcon Out West (1944)
  • Carole Gallagher and Lyle Talbot in The Falcon Out West (1944)
  • Tom Conway and Barbara Hale in The Falcon Out West (1944)
  • Tom Conway and Joan Barclay in The Falcon Out West (1944)
  • Tom Conway and Edward Gargan in The Falcon Out West (1944)
  • Tom Conway and Joan Barclay in The Falcon Out West (1944)

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1 April 2007 | Spondonman
| Has bite
This time the Falcon goes Wild West, which was a nice change from the asphalt based crimes he usually dealt with – like a breath of fresh air. It's only a pity that cynical Cliff Clark and gorging Ed Gargan in their last Falcon film weren't given some horse riding to do too!

Tom Conway as Tom Lawrence doesn't want to get mixed up in a beautiful damsel in distress's marital problems but immediately takes over when the ex-husband is murdered by snakebite venom in a New York nightclub. The trail takes him – and all of the suspects too - back to the dead man's ranch and his Will, where the plot thickens. Favourite bit: the sudden late night poker game trying to hide the fact there was something to hide from the cops, to their disbelief. The barbecue evening was lovely with young Barbara Hale adding nicely to the scenery, Gargan concentrating on the food, Clark smoking in the background with the host and the Falcon concentrating on solving the crime – it only needed the Merry Mac's to round it off!

If you prefer serious meaningful modern films you sure wasted your time! It was a nice little unassuming atmospheric whodunit without being either heavy or too taxing of course, just how I like 'em in fact.

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