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Left-Handed Law (1937)





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Left-Handed Law is an average western lifted well above the norm by star Buck Jones and director Lesley Selander. Jones is cast as Alamo Bowie, who tries to help rancher Sam Logan (George Regas) rid his land of outlaws. He does this partly because he's fond of Logan's daughter Betty (Noel Francis), but mostly because he feels like a-doin' it. The film's "money" scene finds Alamo agreeing to accommodate fatally wounded outlaw One-Shot Brady (Matty Fain), whose last wish is to die with his boots off. Our hero removes one boot, pauses, looks down, and says softly "Got one of 'em off, old timer." ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi


Buck Jones
as Alamo Bowie
Noel Francis
as Betty Golden
Matty Fain
as One-Shot Brady
George Regas
as Sam Logan
Lee Phelps
as Sheriff Grant
Robert W. Frazer
as Tom Willis
Frank LaRue
as John Golden
Lee Shumway
as Pecos Brown
Nena Quartero
as Chiquita
Budd Buster
as Stage Driver
Frank Lackteen
as Joe Hernandez
Jim Toney
as Spade
Bill Wolfe
as Dice Player
Jack Evans
as Barfly
Jim Corey
as Henchman Jim
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