JOHNNY MACK BROWN WESTERNS SET #10

JOHNNY MACK BROWN WESTERNS SET #10



CODE OF THE SADDLE



Smokin' guns, swingin' fists, and a lovable side-kick can be found in this western.



WEST OF EL DORADO



The differences between West of El Dorado and Johnny Mack Brown's previous 1949 vehicles are minimal. Once again, Brown is teamed with Max "Alibi" Terhune, comic ventriloquist extraordinaire. In this outing, Johnny and Alibi try to straighten out a hostile young boy (Teddy Infuhr) whose older brother was a notorious stagecoach bandit. When a gang of thieves try to strong-arm the kid into revealing the whereabouts of the stolen loot, Johnny and Alibi come to the rescue. There's a cursory romantic subplot involving heroine Mary (Reno Browne) and Barstow (Marshall Reed).



FRONTIER AGENT



A rather corpulent Johnny Mack Brown more than fills the title role of Frontier Agent. Once more, Brown plays a government man, sent to the badlands to round up an elusive outlaw gang. And once more, he is aided and abetted by Raymond Hatton, an old codger who has a lot more on the ball than people suspect. Director Lambert Hillyer keeps things moving even when nothing much is happening. Though it usually adheres to The Expected, Frontier Agent has a few offbeat touches, just to keep the non-western fans awake.



TRIGGER FINGERS



Son of blacksmith (Raymond Hatton) is charged with shooting a gambler accused of cheating.The gambler however is feigning death as part of a plot to gain possession of land believed to have gold deposits and owned by the blacksmith. The blacksmith calls in old friend (Johhny Mack Brown) to help clear the son's name and put the bad guys away
JOHNNY MACK BROWN WESTERNS SET #10
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