Outlaw Jesse James and his friend, on the run from Missouri, ride into a town where a gang is trying to drive area ranchers off their land because there's oil underneath it. They take ...
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Jesse James returns to Missouri, and he and brother Frank come to the aid of a young woman who owns a gold mine. Her father was murdered and she took over the mine, and now the villains who... See full summary »
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Outlaw Jesse James and his friend, on the run from Missouri, ride into a town where a gang is trying to drive area ranchers off their land because there's oil underneath it. They take particular interest in the situation of a pretty young woman and her elderly father, whose ranch is being regularly attacked by the gang.Written by
Western gunslingers were traditionally very "monogamous" about their firearms (i.e., they strongly preferred not to use or retain other people's guns in favor of their own personal weapons that they were accustomed to using; think Billy The Kid in Howard Hughes' "The Outlaw"), so it is unlikely that Jesse would have casually holstered Jim Clark's oversize revolver instead of his own handgun in the film's final shot. See more »
[looking at a wanted poster]
We've got to keep moving. The law has a long reach.
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Another cliffhanger from the formula. Clayton Moore plays Jesse James, who leaves Missouri to hide in Tennessee (I think) where he uncovers a plot to move farmers off their land so the "bad guys" can drill the large reservoir of oil underneath. In other words, Jesse James is a good guy, and no one in town knows his identity, except for farmer Linda Stirling and her crippled father. Along with his trusty side-kick, there are fights-a-plenty, chases and explosions, too. But all in all, this is very mediocre, even for a cliff-hanger.
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