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Deadwood Pass

USA 1933
produced by
Gotham Film Corp, Freuler/Monarch
directed by J.P. McGowan
starring Tom Tyler, Wally Wales, Lafe McKee, Alice Dahl, Edmund Cobb, Slim Whitaker, Merrill McCormick, Carlotta Monti, Buffalo Bill jr (= Jay Wilsey), Duke R. Lee, Blackie Whiteford, Bill Nestell, Bud Osborne
screenplay by Oliver Drake, based on a story by J.Wesley Patterson

Butch Cassidy

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Tom Whitlock (Tom Tyler) enters town with a good deed, having saved the stagecoach - & its only passenger Betty (Alice Dahl) - from an almost certain crash. But soon his darker side begins to show, as he is suspected to be The Hawk, a ruthless gangster who has just escaped prison & has hidden the loot from his latest heist at Deadwood Pass, the place where Butch Cassidy (Slim Whitaker) & gang hide out ... & as if to prove he is the infamous outlaw, Whitlock shoots postal officer Sorenson (Wally Wales) in cold blood.

For that, local businessman Mileaway (Edmund Cobb) - of course in secret a crook - gets him in touch with Cassidy & gang, & all seem to be convinced Whitlock is really the Hawk, all but Cassidy that is, who desperately (but unsuccessfully) tries to prove he is not the Hawk ... & of course, Cassidy is right, since Whitlock is really a postal inspector in cahoots with Sorenson, whose killing was just a fake to gain the confidence of the local badmen, & now Whitlock & Sorenson, plus local sheriff Rawlins (Lafe McKee) want to do everything to both find the Hawk's loot & bring down Cassidy's gang.

Back at the Cassidy gang's hideout the spot gets ever tighter for Whitlock, especially when Cassidy brings in a friend of the real Hawk, who is just about to identify  him as a postal inspector, when the man is killed by a shot seemingly out of nowhere.

Cassidy however is not at all satisfied by that (as it doesn'T prove Whitlock's innocence) & puts his men under curfew ... which Whitlock manages to neatly evade by putting on Cassidy's cloths & slipping to town to meet up with Sorenson & the sheriff to organize a raid of Cassidy's place.

After a massive shootout of course Cassidy & Hideaway are both brought to justice as well as teh real Hawk (Bud Osborne), another undercover postal inspector, Felipe (Merrill McCormick) is saved from being shot (he was actually the man who saved Whitlock from being unmasked by the Hawk's friend), & in the end Whitlock of course gets the girl - Betty (from the beginning) that is.


It might be no big picture, but as b-weserns from independent producers go, this is pretty decent entertainment, & it moves in a reasonably fast pace to neatly cover its budgetary limitations, while offering some competent stuntwork.


review © by Mike Haberfelner


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