22 June 2012 | tavm
Another Jim Davis turn is what got me to watch The Savage Horde
Continuing to review movies and/or TV appearances of the original "Dallas" cast, regular or recurring, either previously or during or after the show, in chronological order, we're still in 1950 when Jim Davis is still at Republic once again teaming with leading man William Elliott from Hellfire and director Joseph Kane from Brimstone. Unlike in those last two pictures, here he's a good guy, a Lt. Mike Baker of the calvary, who's in pursuit of his outlaw brother, Elliott, who's killed a captain in his troop in self defense though only he knows it. I'll stop there and just say this was another rousing western from what would be referred to as the good ol' days that had plenty of great action and some good singing too from one of the supporting players, a Stuart Hamblen who later wrote "Open Up Your Heart (and Let the Sunshine In)" which I remember as a child hearing from some other kids not to mention Pebbles and Bamm-Bamm on "The Flintstones". And there's also a couple of fine lookin' ladies to also root for, too! Really, all I'll say is if you're in the mood for some old-fashioned oaters, The Savage Horde should be right up your alley!