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Harlem Rides the Range

USA 1939
produced by
Richard C. Kahn, Alfred N. Sack for Hollywood Pictures, Sack Attractions
directed by Richard C.Kahn
starring Herb Jeffries, Lucius Brooks, F.E.Miller, Artie Yong, Clarence Brooks, Spencer Williams, Tom Southern, Leonard Christmas, Wade Dumas, John Thomas, The Four Tones, The Four Blackbirds
written by Spencer Williams, F.E. Miller, music by Lew Porter

Bronze Buckaroo

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Bradley (Clarence Brooks) and his henchman Connors (Tom Southern) shoot Dennison (Leonard Christmas) while fighting over his radium mine, and when they see two strangers approaching, they hide his body, thinking he's dead (he isn't). The strangers are Bob (Herb Jeffries) and Dusty (Lucius Brooks), who just wantd to stop by Dennison's place for some food, but immediately notice something's fishy, but can't figure out what.

Soon enough, Bob and Dusty are hired by Watson (Spencer Williams) as new ranchhands, and Bob soon realizes that something's fishy about the ranch's foreman - who incidently is Connors. Soon enough, Bob, who figures Connors has something to do with the disappearance of Dennison, starts an investigation for real, while clumsy Dusty and the even clumsier cook Slim (F.E.Miller) gloriously bungle up their own little investigation.

Bradly soon realizes that Bob is onto him, but since he always wanted to get rid of Connors anyways, he just shoots him in cold blood and puts the blame on Bob ... who is soon enough arrested. Bob soon enough breaks out of jail though, saves the life of Dennison's daughter Margaret (Artie Young) and has a showdown with Bradley in Dennison's shack. And only when Bob has defeated Bradley does Dennison show up, not dead at all but very protective of his radium mine which is located in the cellar under the shack ...


An all-black Western, which was - like pretty much all all-black movies of its time - made on a shoestring, and it shows. However, if you can ignore the lack of elaborate action or the limitation of sets the film has to offer as a result of its budgetary constraints, the film isn't too bad, a nice if routine Western/murder mystery, with singer Herb Jeffries playing a black version of Gene Autry, back then the leading singing cowboy of filmland - but if you ask me, I'd take Jeffries over Autry anytime, singing wise at least.


review © by Mike Haberfelner


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