Lawless Range (1935)





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The fourth of John Wayne's starring westerns for Republic, Lawless Range was actually a carry-over from Wayne's Monogram "Lone Star" series, withheld from release for nearly a year. Big John is cast as government agent John Middleton, who goes undercover to get the goods on a gang of cattle rustlers. The head of the criminals is "respectable" banker Carter (Frank McGlynn Jr.), who hopes to drive off all the cattlemen in order to lay claim to a gold mine. Sheila Manners, a frequent Wayne leading lady, has practically nothing to do in this one. On the other hand, John Wayne does get to sing.
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John Wayne
as John Middleton
Glenn Strange
as Burns' Henchman (uncredited)
Jack Curtis
as Marshal
Earl Dwire
as Emmett
Jack Kirk
as Burns' Henchman (uncredited)
Fred Burns
as Bert - Storekeeper (uncredited)
Chuck Baldra
as Henchman / Singer (uncredited)
Sheila Manners
as Middleton's Gal
Charles "Slim" Whitaker
as Burns' Henchman (uncredited)
Julia Griffin
as Aunt Marie Mason
Wally Howe
as Mason
Charles Sargent
as Outlaw / Singer (uncredited)
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