The Gambling Terror (1937)

The Gambling Terror


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Gambling Terror was one of the more worthwhile entries in Johnny Mack Brown's so-so western series for producer A.W. Hackel. The no-frills plotline finds hero Jeff (Brown), ostensibly a dude gambler, taking on a band of cowboy racketeers. The "big boss" turns out to be the outwardly respectable Bradley (Earl Dwire), a frontier Capone who runs a profitable protection racket aimed at the local cattlemen. The direction and camerawork are sloppy, but the action content can't be faulted. Appearing in … More

Rating: Unrated
Genre: Western, Action & Adventure
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Written By: Fred K. Myton, George Plympton


as Sheriff

as Bradley

as Blackie

as Missouri

as Henchman Pete

as Bar Owner

as Horning

as Posse Rider
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It works only because Johnny Mack Brown makes it work.

Full Review… | August 28, 2013
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