Rogue of the Range (April 25, 1936)

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Rogue of the Range
 

Released on April 25, 1936: A cowboy G-man robs a stage so that he can be put in jail next to the leader of an outlaw gang.

Directed by S. Roy Luby

The Actors: Johnny Mack Brown (Dan Doran), Lois January (Stella Lamb), Stephen Chase (Lige Branscomb), Phyllis Hume (Tess), George Ball (Jim Mitchell), Jack Rockwell (henchman Stone), Horace Murphy (Sheriff Tom), Frank Ball (Express Agent), Lloyd Ingraham (the doctor), Barney Beasley (townsman), Ed Carey (Charlie, bartender), Horace B. Carpenter (Lem, blacksmith), Max Davidson (the peddler), Art Dillard (Art, Bar X ranch hand), Bert Dillard (barfly), Jack Evans (henchman), Oscar Gahan (stage guard), Herman Hack (prison guard), Jack Hendricks (prison guard), George Morrell (stage driver), Tex Palmer (stage bandit), Cliff Parkinson (guard), Bob Reeves (Bob, barfly), Forrest Taylor (Pinky, prison guard), Wally West (prison guard), Slim Whitaker (robber at hideout), Blackie Whiteford (stage bandit).

 

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"Good girls go to Heaven, but bad girls can go anywhere they want. This cowboy western dives into the subject of good girls and bad girls. There is a good guy and a bad guy, like in most old movies, but in this one there is also a good girl and a bad girl. Now, I don't mean that the 'bad girl' is a stage coach robbing outlaw like the bad guy is, but rather she is a saloon singer, who is street wise and plenty tough. She is put next to a gal that is the daughter of a preacher who dies early in the action. So we have a meek, mild, mousy, religious blonde who needs 'looking after' to survive the west, and we have a tough, street-wise saloon singer who can take care of herself. So who pairs up with whom? How would you do it if you were writing this script? Would you have the bad guy and the saloon singer team up, or would you have the bad guy fall for the preacher's daughter? Would the good guy who drinks nothing stronger than coffee go for the preacher's daughter, or would you have him chasing the saloon singer? Which way would be more true to life? How did you pick your partner? Are you both goodie two shoes or both wild and crazy, or one of each?

Pop a nice bowl of white kernel popcorn with warm melted butter drizzled all over it and find out how Earle Snell wrote this adventure into the lives of good and bad people.

Frank Ball
Frank Ball in Rogue of the Range
George Ball
George Ball in Rogue of the Range
Horace B. Carpenter and Horace Murphy
Horace B. Carpenter and Horace Murphy
Horace B. Carpenter and Johnny Mack Brown
Horace B. Carpenter and Johnny Mack Brown
Horace Murphy
Horace Murphy
Johnny Mack Brown
Johnny Mack Brown and Lloyd Ingraham
Johnny Mack Brown and Lloyd Ingraham
Johnny Mack Brown and Lloyd Ingraham
Johnny Mack Brown kissing Lois January
Johnny Mack Brown kissing Lois January
Johnny Mack Brown
Johnny Mack Brown in the Sheriff's office drawing a map showing where he hid the gold from the stage robbery.
Johnny Mack Brown
Johnny Mack Brown in Rogue of the Range
Lois January, 1936
Lois January in Rogue of the Range, 1936
Lois January and Johnny Mack Brown
Lois January and Johnny Mack Brown
Lois January
Lois January
Max Davidson
Max Davidson
Phyllis Hume
Phyllis Hume
Stephen Chase and Frank Ball
Stephen Chase and Frank Ball
Stephen Chase and Lois January
Stephen Chase and Lois January
Stephen Chase, Phyllis Hume and Lois January
Stephen Chase, Phyllis Hume and Lois January on the way to Jimtown to get married.
Stephen Chase, 1936
Stephen Chase in Rogue of the Range, 1936