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Law of the Lash

USA 1947
produced by
Jerry Thomas for PRC
directed by Ray Taylor
starring Lash La Rue (= Al La Rue), Al St. John, Lee Roberts (II), Mary Scott, Jack O'Shea, Charles King, Carl Mathews, Matty Roubert, John Elliott, Slim Whitaker, Ted French, Richard Cramer, Buster Slaven, Henry Wills
screenplay by William L.Nolte, music by Albert Glasser

Cheyenne Kid, Fuzzy, Fuzzy and Lash

review by
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Riding to town to get supplies for himself & his pal Fuzzy (Al St.John), Cheyenne Kid (Lash La Rue) stumbles upon a stagecoach that has just been robbed. Cheyenne offers to report the hold-up in the next town, Temecula, but once there he has to find out the town has fallen into the hands of outlaws ... & in the department store of Dad Hilton (John Elliot) & daughter Jane (Mary Scott) - among the last honest citizens in town) - he finds a customer, Lefty (Lee Roberts), who - by carrying a woman's ring stolen in the stage hold-up - identifies himself as one of the stage robbers.

Cheyenne lets Lefty go though after a good beating ... which makes Lefty extra-nervous, because now there's someone who could identify him, & he tries to track down Cheyenne for days to shoot him dead ... but Cheyenne & Fuzzy have already set him a trap, & they capture him & hold him for several days, without ever so much as speaking to him ... then they let him go, just like that, but make extra sure that he doesn't lose his treacherous ring on his way back to town.

When Lefty arrives back in  town, his boss Dekker (Jack O'Shea) pretty much loses his nerve, & decides to attack Cheyenne & Fuzzy in their cabin in an all-out attack ... but once he and his man arrive at the cabin they find Cheyenne and Fuzzy gone, but they have left behind a note proving that he was expecting them. & while the outlaws were away, Cheyenne - who now turns out to be a Marshal who tried to run Dekker down for years - & Fuzzy, with the help of the neighbouring town's sheriff (Charles King) & his posse, set a trap for Dekker & Company in Temecula's saloon ... which in the end springs neatly on the bad guys, who are all arrested, & Temecula is a safe city once more ...

 

First of the Cheyenne Kid-series, starring Lash La Rue & Al St.John (even though Lash previously portrayed the character as second lead in an Eddie Dean Western) & produced by PRC, a company that was then already in its final days (the series though was taken over by Western Adventures after the demise of PRC in 1948 & continued until 1952).

The film itself is a cheap but likeable B-Western that only has a few memorable scenes (like Lefty slowly driven loco by the silent treatment that Cheyenne & Fuzzy give him), but has ultimately little to distinguish itself from any other comparable product - which can be seen as good or as bad, depending on whether or not you like series-Westerns from the 1940's.

It is surprising however that Lash La Rue makes very scarce use of his trademark bullwhip that even gave him his name.

 

review © by Mike Haberfelner

 

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