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Outlaws of Santa Fe (1944)

Approved | | Western | 4 April 1944 (USA)
Having robbed the bank in Red Bluff, Bob Conroy and partner Buckshot arrive in Santa Fe. Bob refuses the job of Marshal until he sees the name Conroy engraved on the badge. He does a good ... See full summary »

Director:

Howard Bretherton

Writer:

Norman S. Hall (original screenplay)
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Cast

Complete credited cast:
Don 'Red' Barry ... Bob Conroy
Helen Talbot ... Ruth Gordon
Wally Vernon ... Buckshot Peters
Twinkle Watts Twinkle Watts ... Winky Gordon
Charles Morton ... Jim Hackett
Herbert Heyes ... Henry Jackson
Bud Geary ... Steve - Henchman
LeRoy Mason ... Trigger McGurn
Kenne Duncan ... Chuck - Henchman
Nolan Leary ... Mayor Ward
Walter Soderling ... Judge Turner
Edmund Cobb ... Marshal Billings
Frank McCarroll ... Bill - Henchman
Bob Kortman ... Ed - Henchman
Emmett Lynn ... Saloon Drunk
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Having robbed the bank in Red Bluff, Bob Conroy and partner Buckshot arrive in Santa Fe. Bob refuses the job of Marshal until he sees the name Conroy engraved on the badge. He does a good job as Marshal taking care of the outlaw gang and their boss, the crooked cattle buyer. But then their Red Bluff partner in crime arrives to expose them as wanted men. Written by Maurice VanAuken <mvanauken@a1access.net>

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Revenge Rides The Range...As your favorite action ace takes to the trail of a desperate gang of killers who dare write their own laws...with blood! (origonal poster) See more »

Genres:

Western

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

4 April 1944 (USA) See more »

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Republic Pictures (I) See more »
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Sound Mix:

Mono (RCA Sound System)

Aspect Ratio:

1.37 : 1
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Taking dad's place
19 December 2014 | by bkoganbingSee all my reviews

Don Barry acquits himself quite well as star and cowboy hero of this Republic Pictures western Outlaws Of Santa Fe. Barry's starts out as an outlaw but then takes the vacant job of Marshal of Santa Fe and does a good job of bringing a group of cattle rustlers to justice. Barry's got a personal stake in this. He finds out that the outlaw who raised him was not his real father. His real father was the Marshal of Santa Fe and shot down by Herbert Heyes leader of the current group of outlaws that he's dealing with.

Barry did well in his western career on both sides of the law. As often as not he would be a villain opposing such folks as Gene Autry and Roy Rogers. I recall him being an outlaw in one of John Wayne's Three Mesquiteer films.

Faring not so well is Wally Vernon. Borrowed from RKO Vernon was at this time usually paired with Alan Carney as a comedy team. A western sidekick this man was definitely not cut out for.

Barry was an under-appreciated actor who played both sides of the law in the old west rather well. Ignore Vernon and enjoy the rest of the film.


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