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Valley of Vengeance

USA 1944
produced by
Sigmund Neufeld for PRC
directed by Sam Newfield
starring Buster Crabbe (= Larry Crabbe), Al St. John, Evelyn Finley, Donald Mayo, David Polonsky, Glenn Strange, Charles King, John Merton, Lynton Brent, Jack Ingram, Bud Osborne, Nora Bush, Steve Clark, Ed Cassidy, John Elliott
written by Joseph O'Donnell

Billy Carson, Fuzzy

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Billy Carson (Buster Crabbe) shoots lawyer Carr (Lynton Brent) and businessman Brett (Jack Ingram) in self defense before a mob led by marshal Barker (Glenn Strange) dan catch up with him and his sidekick Fuzzy (Al St.John). Barker wants to immediately arrest them and throw away the key, but enter marshal Riley (Ed Cassidy) who wants to hear what Billy has to say.

So Billy tells about the time when he and Fuzzy were boys heading for the West with a wagon train, when Carr cheated all of the settlers out of their deeds, and when a gang of outlaws in league with Carr attacked and killed all the settlers (apart from Billy and Fuzzy apparently). Billy spent the next decades trying to track down Carr, but it was here in town - where he also met Fuzzy again after years - that he finally caught up with him, and thanks to Brett's secretary (Evelyn Finley), he also learned about Brett's involvement in the whole deal. So after the usual fights and shoot-outs, plus a few explosions (Fuzzy is an explosives salesman in this one), he and Fuzzy paid a visit to first Carr and then Brett ... and you know the rest.

Back in the now, Billy finds the deeds Carr has stolen from the settlers in Brett's office to prove his story - and Riley immediately has marshal Barker, who has been on Brett's payroll, arrested.

 

Of course, this is basically your typical B-Western, but it's made slightly more interesting than the usual genre output by moving the finale to the start of the movie and then telling the story in flashback. Plus, Sam Newfield had one of his more inspired days when directing this one (don't expect a masterpiece though) and Buster Crabbe and Al St.John make a better than usual hero-sidekick couple.

 

review © by Mike Haberfelner

 

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