Tornado Range (1948)

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Eddie Dean, under orders as a U.S. Land Office agent, is trying to prevent a range war from being started between homesteaders and ranchers when a caravan of the so-called 'Nesters', start ... See full summary »


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  • Eddie Dean and Copper the Horse in Tornado Range (1948)
  • Roscoe Ates and Buster Slaven in Tornado Range (1948)
  • George Chesebro, Eddie Dean, Jennifer Holt, and Buster Slaven in Tornado Range (1948)
  • Roscoe Ates, Steve Clark, Eddie Dean, Jennifer Holt, and Copper the Horse in Tornado Range (1948)
  • Russell Arms, Lane Bradford, and Terry Frost in Tornado Range (1948)
  • Roscoe Ates, George Chesebro, Eddie Dean, Jennifer Holt, Buster Slaven, and Copper the Horse in Tornado Range (1948)

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20 March 2019 | Calaboss
3
| Not Singin' Sandy, But Still...
This is one of the very last pictures out of Poverty Row's PRC studios, and they do nothing to improve their reputation here. If you were to watch this, you'd swear it was an early 1930's B western. Horrible, black & white film stock. Out of fashion, singing cowboy premise (thankfully, only two songs). And was anyone else but PRC putting out movies with less than a one hour running time in 1948? Oh, and Eddie Dean's horse, Copper, got second billing, which must have made co-star Jennifer Holt feel ever so happy.

This plays for all the world like one of any number of serial western shorts that played in the 30's and 40's. Handsome hero (Eddie Dean, being incredibly so-so), bumbling/grizzled/goofy sidekick (Roscoe Ates) for comic relief, and a beautiful woman to be won over by film's end. Add obligatory horse chases, shootouts, and fist fights and there you have it; a western fit for just about nobody.

Nothing here you haven't seen in many other westerns, and done much better. This was one of the last pictures of Eddie Dean. Even he was beginning to realize his time was up, although he went on to live in retirment for another 40 years. Not a horrible film, like Riders of Destiny, with John Wayne's "Singin' Sandy", but nothing here to really look forward to unless you have a serious interest in one of the stars. Copper, perhaps?

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