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Forlorn River (1937)





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Paramount's "Zane Grey" series continued rolling onward with 1937's Forlorn River. Larry "Buster" Crabbe, a regular in the Grey films, stars as Nevada, who in the company of his sidekick Weary Pierce (Sid Saylor) searches high and low for the outlaw gang run by Les Setter (Harvey Stephens). It's quite a chore, since Setter is heaps smarter than most of the "good guys," especially ineffectual sheriff Grundy (Chester Conklin). But Nevada has an added incentive: if he brings in the villain, he's certain to win the affections of heroine Ina Blaine (June Martel). Too loosely constructed to be totally successful, Forlorn River is held together by the consistently excellent cinematography of Harry Hallenberger.


Syd Saylor
as 'Weary' Pierce
June Martel
as Ina Blaine
Harvey Stephens
as Les Setter
Chester Conklin
as Sheriff Grundy
Lew Kelly
as Sheriff Jim Warner
Ray Bennett
as Bill Hall
Ruth Warren
as Millie Moran
Robert E. Homans
as Jeff Winters
Purnell Pratt
as David Ward
Tom Ung
as Barber
Merrill McCormack
as Chet Parker
Vester Pegg
as Hank Gordon
Gordon Jones
as Lem Watkins
Buffalo Bill Jr.
as Pete Hunter
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