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Outlawed Guns (1935)

Passed | | Action, Drama, Western | 29 July 1935 (USA)
A cowboy tries to protect his little brother, who has gotten mixed up with outlaws.


Ray Taylor


John T. Neville (screenplay) (as Jack Neville), Cliff Farrell (based on story in Western Stories Magazine)




Complete credited cast:
Buck Jones ... Buck Rivers
Ruth Channing ... Ruth Ellsworth
Frank McGlynn Sr. ... Jingles
Roy D'Arcy ... Jack Keeler
Pat J. O'Brien ... 'Babe' Rivers
Joseph W. Girard ... Sheriff Rocky Ellsworth (as Jos. W. Girard)
Joan Gale Joan Gale ... Marge Ellsworth
Lee Shumway ... Henchman Blacky Bates
Charles King ... Henchman Frank Davilla (as Chas. King)
Jack Rockwell ... Deputy Harvey Daniels
Silver Silver ... Silver, Buck's Horse


To pay off his gambling debts to Keeler, Babe Rivers sells his and his brother Buck's cattle and then joins Keeler's gang. After the gang pulls off a stage holdup, Keeler takes the gold and double-crosses them sending the Sheriff to their hideout. When Babe gets caught and the lynch mob forms, Buck sets out to free his brother. Written by Maurice VanAuken <mvanauken@a1access.net>

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NO GUNS ALLOWED! Better park em in the lobby when you come to see----(original ad) See more »


Action | Drama | Western


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Release Date:

29 July 1935 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Audácia Recompensada See more »

Filming Locations:

Santa Clarita, California, USA See more »

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Aspect Ratio:

1.37 : 1
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It's a B-western!
7 November 2003 | by JLarson2006See all my reviews

The movie starts out stronger than many B-westerns I've seen. There's a real plot and some character development. It's definitely on the serious side. I really began to care about seeing Buck's younger brother stay out of trouble (unfortunately he doesn't). By the middle, though, it becomes a regular old B-western with lots of action, and it's a little tough to follow. The first half is a bit slow for kids, but I liked it. The second half was less satisfying, but overall, I would rate it slightly above the average 1 hour B-western.

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