The Hawk of Powder River (1948)
The Hawk of Powder River was the fourth of five 1947-vintage Eddie Dean westerns which were withheld from release until 1948. As usual, Dean and his saddle pal Soapy (Roscoe Ates) run into a passel of trouble when they ride into town. The villain of the piece is "The Hawk," mysterious leader of an outlaw band. It is giving away nothing to reveal here that "The Hawk" is actually a woman, played by PRC's all-purpose western heroine Jennifer Holt. This time, however, she's no heroine, committing one murder and seriously contemplating another within the film's brisk 54-minute running time. As Eddie Dean westerns go, The Hawk of Powder River is at least different from the norm. … More
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