The Law of Contact

Ambush Valley (October 24, 1936)

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Bob Custer in Ambush Valley
 

Released October 24, 1936: (running time 48 minutes) Farmers and Cattlemen are feuding in Paradise Valley, and the Marshal is caught in the middle.

Produced by Bernard B. Ray and Harry S. Webb

Directed by Bernard B. Ray

The Actors: Bob Custer (Marshal Bruce Manning), Victoria Vinton (Ann Morgan), Vane Calvert (Ma Potter), Eddie Phillips (Clay Morgan), Hal Taliaferro (Joel), John Elliott (Bob Morgan, Paradise Valley rancher), Oscar Gahan (Diggs), Ed Cassidy (nester), Victor Adamson (nester), Wally West (nester), Jimmy Aubrey (father), Jack Gilman (son), Oklahoma Rangers (musicians), Ed Carey (saloon henchman), Tex Cooper (townsman), Jack Evans (henchman Andrews), Herman Hack (Sam, bartender), Milburn Morante (barfly), Buck Morgan (saloon henchman), George Morrell (nester), Roger Williams (Blake)

 

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Ma Potter and Her Law of Bullets, or, The Sins of the Son

In the 1920’s, Bob Custer was a cowboy riding the western range, competing in rodeos when they came to town. When motion picture making moved from New York and New Jersey to California, he discovered that acting in silent motion pictures as a cowboy paid a lot more money than punching cows every day, and it wasn’t nearly as hard on the body as being a real cowboy.

Bob Custer made a fine living in silent westerns and even attained movie star fame, but when sound was added to moving pictures, he quickly faded because of a combination of two things that worked against him. First, he wasn’t working for one of the movie companies that became very successful and could spend the huge amounts of money on a production, and second, when sound came to cowboy westerns, the singing cowboy was created, and Bob Custer couldn’t sing.

He only made two more movies after this one, and then went to college, got a degree in engineering and became a building inspector for the city of Los Angeles, and then Newport Beach, California. In this classic cowboy story, he is Marshal Bruce Manning of Pleasant Valley.

Pleasant Valley is cattle ranching territory and until now, although the land belongs to the government, there were no restrictions and the cattle ranchers could let their cattle roam the valley freely. Now the government is allowing homesteaders to begin farming plots of land. When farmer Ma Potter’s unarmed son is shot in the back by a drunken rancher’s son, she promises a bullet for a bullet, as the farmers go on the attack against the ranchers to avenge her son. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.

Bob Custer
Bob Custer
Bob Custer, Hal Taliaferro and Vane Calvert
Bob Custer, Hal Taliaferro and Vane Calvert
Bob Custer and Vitoria Vinton
Bob Custer and Vitoria Vinton
Bob Custer
Bob Custer
Eddie Phillips
Eddie Phillips
Eddie Phillips
Eddie Phillips
Herman Hack, Eddie Phillips and Roger Williams
Herman Hack, Eddie Phillips and Roger Williams
Jack Gilman
Jack Gilman
Jimmy Aubrey
Jimmy Aubrey
John Elliott
John Elliott
John Elliott
John Elliott
Roger Williams
Roger Williams
Roger Williams and Bob Custer
Roger Williams and Bob Custer
The Oklahoma Rangers
The Oklahoma Rangers
Vane Calvert
Vane Calvert
Vane Calvert and Bob Custer
Vane Calvert and Bob Custer
Victoria Vinton
Victoria Vinton
Victoria Vinton and John Elliott
Victoria Vinton and John Elliott