Frisco Tornado (1950)

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Frisco Tornado (1950) Poster

U.S. marshal sets out to end an insurance scam: salesmen provide cow town folk with insurance against outlaw activity, outlaws who work for the insurance salesmen.


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26 July 2013 | bkoganbing
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| Western style protection racket
In a story you would normally find in an urban setting, US Marshal Rocky Lane investigates a protection racket in the old west after being sent for by stagecoach line owner Eddy Waller. Seems as though Stephen Chase is selling outlaw protection insurance to the businessmen of the area and only Waller won't buy.

Chase's gang is really something, they even shoot down driver and shotgun guards of stages riding empty just to make a point. Which is why Waller sent for the federal law.

Knowing is one thing proving is another. But you also know that no bad guys will get the best of two gun Rocky Lane.

Frisco Tornado was an early film for Martha Hyer and it offers you a chance to see her before she went blond. I always considered her one of the most beautiful of stars.

It's also a fine western for Rocky Lane with all the necessary action to satisfy any western fan.

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