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Breed of the Border

USA 1933
produced by
Paul Malvern, Trem Carr (executive) for Monogram
directed by Robert N. Bradbury
starring Bob Steele, Marion Byron, Ernie Adams, George Hayes (= Gabby Hayes), Henry Roquemore, Fred Cavens, John Elliott, Perry Murdock, Bob Card, Horace B.Carpenter
story by Harry L. Fraser

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Joe (Ernie Adams) has just escaped from prison, and now he needs someone to take him across the border but fast, before all the newspapers are full of pictures of him the next morning. So he hires cowboy and race car champ Speed Brent (Bob Steele) to give him a ride - but once Speed has brought him to his destination, Joe has Sped brutally beaten up by his men in waiting had leaves him to die. But die Joe doesn't, fortunately he is found by a doctor (Horace B.Carpenter) on his way to a murder scene - the murder of Judge Stafford (John Elliott), which was committed by none other than Joe. Plus, Joe has stolen bonds worth 50.000 Dollars from the Judge.

Speed now knows it is his duty to recapture Joe whom he has unknowingly helped to escape, and he soon finds support from quick drawing Chuck (Gabby Hayes).

Eventually, Speed and Chuck attract the attention of Joe's gang when they save Sonia (Marion Byron), a nightclub singer who's really a secret service agent, from a few ruffians, and since Joe always needs quick-drawing men, he hires the two, not recognizing Speed whom he has never seen without his helmet. Speed and Chuck are supposed to drive a few long-horned steers ofver the border, but actually the steers are just short horns carrying secret messages, contraband and whatever else there is over the border.

Ultimately, Speed, Chuck and Sonia are all found out by Joe, and it all culminates in a fencing duel with Joe's right-hand man (Fred Cavens) and a car chase that takes Speed's racecar cross country, and in the end, Joe drives his car off a cliff and once more the day is saved.

 

A B-Western from the times when (B-)Westerns still were allowed to be inventive, and thus this features cool vintage racecars, an extended carchase and a fencing duel, all held together by a fast-paced and pretty original story about smugglers and the like. Of course, some of the direction looks a bit dated nowadays, but in all, Breed of the Border is a rather enjoyable B-Western that holds its own even today.

 

review © by Mike Haberfelner

 

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