West to Glory (1947)

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At a border town, Eddie Dean and his partner, Soapy Jones, attend a fiesta at the home of Don Lopez who, in accordance with his custom, displays a valuable diamond necklace to his guests ... See full summary »

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  • Eddie Dean in West to Glory (1947)
  • Roscoe Ates, Dolores Castle, and Harry J. Vejar in West to Glory (1947)
  • Roscoe Ates, The Sunshine Boys, Dolores Castle, Freddie Daniel, Eddie Dean, J.D. Sumner, Harry J. Vejar, Eddie Wallace, M.H. Richman, and J.O. Smith in West to Glory (1947)
  • Roscoe Ates, Eddie Dean, and Flash in West to Glory (1947)
  • Dolores Castle, Eddie Dean, and Flash in West to Glory (1947)
  • Roscoe Ates, Dolores Castle, and Eddie Dean in West to Glory (1947)

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31 October 2010 | bkoganbing
5
| The Purloined Necklace
Jewel robbery was a rather unusual plot for a western, but it serves as the underlying cause for all the action that takes place in West To Glory starring Eddie Dean.

Dean was doing B westerns for Producer's Releasing Corporation at this point of his career and his sidekick here is Roscoe Ates who kept his usual stuttering act to a minimum. When I was first looking at the film I thought it was Fuzzy Knight, so identified with the stutter was Roscoe Ates.

Anyway Dean and Ates are at a fiesta at a border town where they discover a gang has been systematically robbing host Harry Vejar. Female guest at the fiesta Dolores Castle who was last seen wearing a valuable jeweled necklace seems to be working an agenda all her own.

In the end with three songs by Eddie Dean thrown in, it all gets resolved. Dean had a pleasant singing voice that occasionally saw action in non-western films.

Given the lack of production values, West to Glory is not too bad a film at all.

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