Wild Horse Ambush (1952)

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The "Rough Ridin' Kids", really stir up a hornet's nest when they become suspicious of a man named Big John HArkins, who is seen breaking in wild horses which are allegedly slated for the ... See full summary »


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6 May 2003 | KDWms
4
| almost mediocre
Fairly routine kiddie matinee western, complete with an injection of child actors, Red and Judy, who help a Mexican lawman identify counterfeiters. The scheme involves kidnapped artists being forced to forge denominations of pesos, which are then attached to horses patronizing a waterhole north - then south - of the border. It's a bit obvious when some supposedly outdoor scenes have been filmed indoors. But otherwise it's almost mediocre, with the action limited to the mostly non-gunplay kind.

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15 April 1952

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English


Country of Origin

USA

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