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Feud of the Range (1939)





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Feud of the Range was the first of eight Bob Steele westerns produced by Metropolitan Pictures, an outgrowth (though not much of an improvement) of povery-row Reliable Productions. Hero Bob Gray (Steele) takes on a gang of frontier terrorists who've been looting, burning and killing with reckless abandon. Unfortunately, either Gray is stupid or the villains are equipped with radar, since the baddies manage to elude our hero at every turn. Not surprisingly, the reign of terror is tied in with the impending arrival of the railroad, from which chief heavy Baston (Jack Ingram) hopes to profit. Though ploddingly familiar, there are a few surprises in Feud of the Range, notably the symbolic montage at the beginning of the film (replete with flashes of lightning) and the casting of perennial villain Rychard Cramer as Bob Steele's kindly father.


Bob Steele
as Bob Gray
Gertrude Messinger
as Madge Allen
Dick Cramer
as Tom Gray
Frank La Rue
as Harvey Allen
Jean Cranford
as Helen Wilson
Robert Burns
as Dad Wilson
Duke R. Lee
as Sheriff
Carl Mathews
as Henchman
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