Born to Battle (April 1, 1935)

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Born to Battle
 

Released on April 1, 1935: Cyclone Tommy, a trouble-making cowboy, is hired by a ranch owner to find and get rid of the cattle rustlers who are stealing all his cattle.

Produced by Bernard B. Ray

Directed by Harry S. Webb

The Actors: Tom Tyler ('Cyclone' Tom Saunders), Jean Carmen (Betty Powell), Earl Dwire (George Powell), Julian Rivero (Pablo Carranza), Nelson McDowell (Lem Blinky Holt), William Desmond (John Brownell), Richard Alexander (Nate), Charles King (Jim Larmer), Ralph Lewis (Justice Hiram McClump), Ben Corbett (Deputy), Jimmy Aubrey (Cactus), Barney Beasley (barfly), Hank Bell (henchman Clem), Art Dillard (barfly), Jack Evans (barfly), William Gillis (waiter), Herman Hack (barfly), Al Haskell (accordian player), Jack Hendricks (barfly and cowhand), Eva McKenzie (townswoman), Robert McKenzie (court bailiff), Tina Menard (Maria), Buck Morgan (barfly), George Morrell (townsman), Tex Palmer (cowhand), S.S. Simon (bartender), Robert Walker (Sheriff Jones), Wally West (barfly), Blackie Whiteford (henchman Zeke), Roger Williams (henchman)

 

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In most cowboy adventures it is a white hat Sunday-School milk drinking cowboy who outwits, out fights and out guns the outlaws, but in this cattle rustling tale the good guy is 190 pounds of dynamite - a mischievous trouble-maker known as Cyclone Tommy, played by Tom Tyler. As our adventure opens he is with some other hombres riding the range when they spot an old man and young girl in a wagon. They race to the wagon howling and hooting and scare the horses into running wildly out of control. When Tom sees the wagon heading for a crash he gets a moment of regret and chases after the wagon and stopping the horses from their wild run. But when Cyclone Tommy and his cohorts hit town they part and Tom heads for the small Chinese laundry to claim a shirt that he left there to be cleaned. He doesn't have the claim check for the shirt, and the owner tells him several times that no ticket – no shirt . . . . Well, no one will keep Tom from getting his shirt, so he chases the employees out into the street and begins to tear the place apart, ripping into the brown paper that is wrapping the cleaned shirts and tossing them to the ground until he finds his own shirt. Outside the Chinese laundry workers have attracted the attention of the Sheriff, and Tom is hauled off to the fellow that does the judging around town. Tom is found guilty and is sentenced to all the money he has on him in addition to spending a good bit of time in the town jail. Watching all of this is cowboy actor Charles King, who plays the part of ranch owner Jim Larmer. He is looking for a trouble maker who isn't afraid of getting into a fight, and Tom tells him that he was Born to Battle – enjoying a good fight any time he can get into one. It seems that the Lazy Y ranch is losing cattle to rustlers, and it is thought that a nester on the edge of the ranch is doing the dirty work, so it will be Tom's job to get the rustling nesters out of the valley. When Tom finds the nesters he discovers that they are an old man and his young daughter . . . The folk in the wagon that he scared into a wild run as the movie opened. Well, Tom and his buddies decide that these folk are not the cattle rustlers, and Cyclone Tommy, no stranger to danger, figures that some of the ranch hands must be the bad guys. On his first night patrol to watch for rustlers he is ambushed and knocked out cold, and then framed for murder. Soon he and his little buddy Pablo are tied up and headed to town to face a noose . . . . Maybe this time the trouble-making cowboy has met his match and he will not survive this battle . . . . Then again . . . . Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.

Charles King
Charles King
Charles King and Tom Tyler
Charles King and Tom Tyler
Earl Dwire and Jean Carmen
Earl Dwire and Jean Carmen
Earl Dwire
Earl Dwire
Hank Bell
Hank Bell
Jean Carmen and Earl Dwire
Jean Carmen and Earl Dwire
Jean Carmen, Tom Tyler, Charles King nad William Desmond
Jean Carmen, Tom Tyler, Charles King nad William Desmond
Jean Carmen
Jean Carmen
Julian Rivero, Tom Tyler and Nelson McDowell
Julian Rivero, Tom Tyler and Nelson McDowell
Nelson McDowell and Julian Rivero
Nelson McDowell and Julian Rivero
Ralph Lewis and Tom Tyler
Ralph Lewis and Tom Tyler
Richard Alexander, William Desmond and Tom Tyler
Richard Alexander, William Desmond and Tom Tyler
Richard Alexander, William Desmond and Tom Tyler
Richard Alexander, William Desmond and Tom Tyler
Richard Alexander and William Desmond
Richard Alexander and William Desmond
Richard Alexander
Richard Alexander
Tom Tyler, Ralph Lewis and Robert McKenzie
Tom Tyler, Ralph Lewis and Robert McKenzie
Tom Tyler and Richard Alexander
Tom Tyler and Richard Alexander
Tom Tyler and William Desmond
Tom Tyler and William Desmond
Tom Tyler sits on Richard Alexander
Tom Tyler sits on Richard Alexander
Tom Tyler
Tom Tyler
William Desmond
William Desmond
William Desmond and S.S. Simon
William Desmond and S.S. Simon
William Desmond
William Desmond