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Trigger Pals

USA 1939
produced by
Philip N. Krasne for Grand National
directed by Sam Newfield
starring Arthur Jarrett, Lee Powell, Al St. John, Dorothy Fay, Ted Adams, Nina Guilbert, Stanley Blystone, Ernie Adams, Earl Douglas, Frank LaRue, Ethan Allen, Carl Matthews, George Morrell, Wally West
written by George H. Plympton, Ted Richmond, musical director: Lew Porter

Fuzzy

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Lucky (Arthur Jarrett) has inherited half of the cattle ranch he and his friends Stormy (Lee Powell) and Fuzzy (Al St.John) are working on, but there are two problems with the place: 1) it is plagued by rustlers, and 2) the other half of the ranch now belongs to Doris (Dorothy Fay), who doesn't trust Lucky one bit, thinks he's in cahoots with the rustlers, wants to turn the cattle ranch into a dude ranch, and eventually becomes good friends with Kent (Ted Adams), the local banker who has written land-grabber all over his face. Of course, it's really Kent who's behind all the rustling, and he gets able support from Pete (Ernie Adams), one of the farmhands at Lucky's place. Eventually, Kent and Pete even cook up some evidence that ties Lucky to the rustlers, but that evidence eventually backfires, and Lucky, Stormy and Fuzzy manage to bring the actual rustlers including Kent and Pete to justice - and of couirse, in the end, Lucky gets the girl ... Doris that is.

Nina Guilbert plays Doris's aunt who gets mighty friendly with Fuzzy, to friendly for his taste ...

 

This attempt to establish a cowboy trio to cash in on the success of the Three Mesquiteers is nothing but a predictable and a tad boring routine B-Western that has nothing to distinguish itself from similar product of its day, and even Al St.John, giving an early version of his Fuzzy-character that eventually became one of the most beloved Western sidekicks, gives one of his more unremarkable performances. This is all not to say that Trigger Pals is a particularly bad film, it's just not really memorable and pretty unremarkable - and the trio series that was to follow this film was never picked up.

 

review © by Mike Haberfelner

 

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