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Ghost of Hidden Valley

USA 1946
produced by
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directed by Sam Newfield
starring Buster Crabbe, Al St. John, Jean Carlin, John Meredith, Charles King, Zon Murray, Jimmy Aubrey, Karl Hackett, John L. Cason, Silver Harr
written by Ellen Coyle, music by Lee Zahler

Fuzzy, Billy Carson

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Billy Carson (Buster Crabbe) and Fuzzy (Al St.John) are burdened with the task to take care of Oxford-educated Henry Trenton (John Meredith), who has inherited a local abandoned farm and wants to get it back on track again - much to the dismay of local cattle baron Blackie (Charles King) though, who is actually big in the rustling business, and who has used Trenton's farmlands to hide his stolen cattle, using ghost stories to keep nosey locals away. Blackie's niece Kaye (Jean Carlin) on the other hand takes a liking to Trenton and soon takes the job of housekeepers at his farm. However, Blackie is not a ruthless killer, so he tries to find another place to hide the cattle - and instead meets Jimmy Slade (Zon Murray), who actually is a ruthless killer, and who soon enough puts Trenton's farm under siege and takes Trenton and Billy prisoner in order to kill them, and when Blackie protests, he kills him to take over his gang. However, Fuzzy manages to create enough commotion to distract Jimmy Slade's men long enough to free Billy and Trenton, and when Slade notices the tide has turned against him, he rushes to the nearest city, accuses Billy of rustling and tries to form a lynchmob to have him killed. But Billy arrives on the scene to soon for that plan to succeed, and ultimately all the baddies are taken care of, and Trenton (!) gets the girl.

 

Pretty average low budget Western, helped by one of the most likeable and competent cowboy/sidekick couples (Buster Crabbe, Al St.John), but marred by John Meredith's rather unconvincing and less than amusing performance as an English gentleman and Jimmy Aubrey's less than funny valet/sidekick. Plotwise, the film is pretty much the usual though, and when it comes to pacing and action, you get what you expect froma PRC-series-Western.

 

review © by Mike Haberfelner

 

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