Range Warfare (December 1, 1934)
Released on December 1, 1934: (running time 54 minutes) A U.S. Marshall hunts cattle rustlers and outlaws.
Produced by Willis Kent
Directed by S. Roy Luby
Written by E.B. Mann
The Actors: Reb Russell (Reb Russell, The Whistler), Lucille Lund (Sue Callahan), Hal Taliaferro (Tommy Lord, cowhand on the Lazy H ranch), Roger Williams (Jess Monroe, foreman of the Tumbling T ranch), Slim Whitaker (Sheriff Curt Turner), Lafe McKee (Wade Callahan), Eddie Boland (Jack Brady, Callahan range boss), Dick Botiller (Little Feather), Ed Porter (Martin 'Deke' DeKalb, Indian agent), Gene Alsace (Jerry Blake), Chief Blackhawk (Injun Joe), Chuck Baldra (posse rider), Bartlett A. Carre (henchman who shoots Tommy), Jack Hendricks (ranch hand), Jack Jones (posse rider), Jack King (Slade, gunslinger), Jack Kirk (cowhand Jack), Tracy Layne (posse rider), Clyde McClary (barfly), George Morrell (barfly), Artie Ortego (barfly), Bud Pope (henchman)
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The Whistler and the Cow Thievin’ Son of Sin
Six foot one, two hundred pound Lafayette “Reb” Russell was an all-star football running back for the University of Nebraska in 1928, and then a fullback for the Northwestern University Wildcats in 1930 and 1931. In 1932 he was given a small part in a movie as a football player before joining the 1933 Philadelphia Eagles football team. After seven games with the Eagles he was traded to the New York Giants where he ran for 68 yards in three games. Not finding fame and fortune on the NFL football field, he headed for Hollywood.
Back in Hollywood, he became a “B” movie cowboy, making several adventures like this one. After making a total of twelve motion pictures, and touring the west in a wild west show, he retired to ranching near Coffeyville, Kansas. On his ranch he experimented with high-yield agriculture, often lecturing on a modern approach to farming. In 1964 he ran as a Democrat for Congress but lost to the incumbent and remained on his farm until his death in 1978.
In this adventure he is a U.S. Marshal heading to a small town in search of cattle rustlers. He doesn’t even get to the town before he is ambushed by an outlaw that he put in prison a few years earlier. Avoiding death seems to be his best talent as he discovers that nearly everyone around him wants to kill him. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show
Dick Botiller, Reb Russell
Lafe McKee, Lucille Lund
Lucille Lund, Lafe McKee
Reb Russell, Hal Taliaferro
Roger Williams, Slim Whitaker