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Gunsmoke Ranch (1937)

Gunsmoke Ranch (1937)





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One of the timelier Three Mesquiteers westerns, Gunsmoke Ranch was inspired by the Ohio and Mississippi river floodings of 1937. As usual, the Mesquiteers are Stony Brooke (Robert Livingston), Tucson Smith (Ray "Crash" Corrigan) and Lullaby Joslin (Max Terhune). After rescuing young Marion (Julia Thayer) from the rising flood waters, our three heroes take on a no-good varmint (Kenneth Harlan) who is capitalizing on the disaster by buying up land dirt cheap. Comedy relief is provided by cornpone vaudevillians Oscar and Elmer, who are about as funny as an eviction notice. Actual newsreel footage of the previous years' floods adds a veneer of credibility to Gunsmoke Ranch.

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Bob Livingston
as Stony Brooke
Robert Livingston
as Stony Brooke
Max "Alibi" Terhune
as Lullaby Joslin
Kenneth Harlan
as Phineas T. Flagg
Oscar and Elmer
as Themselves
Jane Keckley
as Mathilda
Robert Walker
as Williams
Jack Kirk
as Sheriff
Wes Warner
as Old Man
John Merton
as Clem Jurgins
Bob McKenzie
as Storekeeper
Fred Burns
as Livery Stable Owner
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