Honor of the Range (1934) - Rotten Tomatoes

Honor of the Range (1934)





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Typical of Ken Maynard's offbeat approach to westerns, Honor of the Range stars Maynard as twin brothers -- one strong and heroic, the other weak and dishonest. The "good" brother takes his sibling's place to get the goods on all-around villain Rawhide (Fred Kohler Sr.), who manages to live off his ill-gotten gains in grand style. At one point, the plot requires Maynard to pose as a song-and-dance man, which he does with surprising effectiveness. The now-famous climax finds kidnapped heroine Mary (Cecilia Parker) distracting Rawhide's henchman by loudly and furiously playing on the villain's mighty Wurlitzer organ!


Ken Maynard
as Ken/Clem
Fred Kohler
as Rawhide
Franklin Farnum
as Saloon Keeper
Eddie Barnes
as Charlie
Alan Bridge
as Townsman (uncredited)
Jack Kirk
as Barfly / Musician (uncredited)
Art Mix
as Posse Member (uncredited)
Fred MacKaye
as Henchman (uncredited)
Hal Taliaferro
as Third Man Nominating Boots (uncredited)
Hank Bell
as Barfly (uncredited)
Lafe [Lafayette] McKee
as Townsman (uncredited)
Bill Patton
as Cowhand (uncredited)
Bud McClure
as Barfly (uncredited)
Nelson McDowell
as Townsman (uncredited)
Ben Corbett
as Pete - Gang Lookout (uncredited)
Pascale Perry
as Henchman (uncredited)
Blackjack Ward
as Posse Member (uncredited)
Roy Bucko
as Posse Member (uncredited)
Buck Bucko
as Posse Member (uncredited)
Fred Burns
as Townsman (uncredited)
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