The Revenge Rider (1935)

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When Tim learns that Harmon has shipped rustled cattle under his ranch's brand, he puts him in a locked room to confess and name Kramer as the man that forced him to do it. Tim returns to ... See full summary »



  • Tim McCoy and Edward Earle in The Revenge Rider (1935)
  • Tim McCoy in The Revenge Rider (1935)
  • Tim McCoy and Robert Allen in The Revenge Rider (1935)
  • Tim McCoy, Robert Allen, Billie Seward, and Jack Rube Clifford in The Revenge Rider (1935)
  • Tim McCoy, Robert Allen, Edward Earle, and Jack Rube Clifford in The Revenge Rider (1935)
  • Tim McCoy and Billie Seward in The Revenge Rider (1935)

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14 April 2015 | MartinHafer
| A bit more violent than the usual B-western....and I'm cool with that.
This film begins with Tim O'Neil (Tim McCoy) arriving back in town after spending a lot time on the road. He's expecting to marry his girl and settle down. However, there are two huge surprises--his brother, the Sheriff, was murdered and the Harmons are not particularly friendly...and his fiancé, Myra Harmon, isn't so keen on getting married. It isn't that they have anything against's that the family patriarch is working, in a way, with cattle rustlers. He's not a bad guy, but the evil leader of the 'Cattlemen's Association', Kramer, is blackmailing him. So, it's up to the nice-guy hero, Tim, to right rights, kick butt and make the west wonderful once again.

I have always liked Tim McCoy more than most B-western stars. He's not as flashy, was certainly no 'pretty boy', didn't sing AND was a real life cowboy and sharpshooter. So, when you see McCoy with his odd flourish as he shoots, it's because he really DID know how to shoot. This also made his shooting scenes very realistic and violent...and I really loved these scenes. Overall, a somewhat standard story but very well done.


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18 March 1935



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