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The Tomatometer is 60% or higher.
The Tomatometer is 59% or lower.
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A handsome country and western performer and the brother of B-Western heroine Dorothy Dix, Tex Harding made his screen debut in 1945 when Columbia producer Colbert Clark added him to the increasingly popular Durango Kid series starring Charles Starrett. Almost always cast as "himself," Harding was rather wooden but he could certainly hold a tune and his presence afforded Starrett the opportunity to play off someone other than the comic sidekick (often Dub Taylor). Beginning with The Return of the Durango Kid (1944), Tex would co-star in a total of eight solid, if routine B-Westerns from 1944-1946, returning for a supporting role in 1949's Desert Vigilante.