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      Alias John Law

      Released Nov 5, 1935 59m Western List
      Reviews A cowboy finds himself up against a gang when he tries to protect oil rights. Read More Read Less

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      Audience Member This was a very enjoyable western, especially one that came out in the thirties. IMO, westerns in the thirties were a pretty weak breed of movies. They were short quick and pretty much had the same story and most cast members played the same ones time after time. This was a little different. It had a decent story and the judge in this movie was pretty hilarious to add some goodness to this film. The villain was excellent and there were some scenes that had my attention. Rated 3.5 out of 5 stars 01/17/23 Full Review bill t Somewhat amusing Bob Steele vehicle here. First off, Bob Steele WAS one of the more handsomer cowboy actors out there, and I actually look forward to his movies. Here he plays a cowboy off to see his Mom after many a year separation. Unfortunately, when he gets into town, he finds out that dear old Mom has passed on, and that someone is trying to hustle his Mom's land to his own uses. With the help of a deaf Sidekick (!!) Steele tries to prove his case in front of a land claims court (wow, exciting.. I'm sure the judge knew this too, since he's bellowing his lines to make it more interesting). The land claims court disagrees, and tries to arrest the two for impersonating a sheriff (don't ask). So Steele has to Take The Law Into His Own Hands! Entertaining for the fact that Steele makes it entertaining, I did like the amusing performance of Buck Conners as his sidekick as well. Rated 2.5 out of 5 stars 03/30/23 Full Review Read all reviews Post a rating

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      Synopsis A cowboy finds himself up against a gang when he tries to protect oil rights.
      Robert N. Bradbury
      Production Co
      Supreme Pictures
      Original Language
      Release Date (Theaters)
      Nov 5, 1935, Limited
      Release Date (Streaming)
      Jan 20, 2017
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