The Law of Contact

Last of the Warrens (May 10, 1936)

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Bob Steele in Last of the Warrens
 

Released May 10, 1936: (running time 53 minutes) While Ted Warren is a fighter pilot in WWI, his friend back home steals his ranch, his cattle, and his girl.

Produced by A.W. Hackel

Directed by Robert N. Bradbury

The Actors: Bob Steele (Ted Warren), Margaret Marquis (Mary Burns), Charles King (Kent), Horace Murphy (Grizzly), Lafe McKee (Sheriff Bates), Charles K. French (Bruce Warren), Blackie Whiteford (Slip Gerns), Steve Clark (henchman Spike), Chuck Baldra (henchman), Frank Ball (Jake the livery stable owner), Horace B. Carpenter (doctor), Jim Corey (henchman), Art Dillard (henchman), and Helen Gibson (Mrs. Burns), Herman Hack (henchman), Julian Madison (hospital patient), George Morrell (bartender), Tex Palmer (henchman)

 

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The War Hero, the Killer, and the Dead Man Walking

One would think that after watching hundreds of cowboy western adventures and other movies, that I would have a good picture of an actor that has been in more than 2,000 movies, mostly cowboy movies, many of which are on this website. I have linked the name ‘Blackie Whiteford,’ in a couple dozen movies so far on this website, but I’ve never seen his face until today.

Fans of the Three Stooges might recognize his face, because he acted in 28 of the comedy shorts. Fans of movie history might know that his first film appearance was in the first western action silent moving picture made by Thomas Edison in 1903 called, “The Great Train Robbery.”

In this western adventure he is a mean-looking man who proudly carries his wanted poster in his pocket. Slippery Gerns, played by Blackie Whiteford, is riding towards our small town and when he spots our hero walking along, he offers him a ride into town.

Bob Steele (Robert Adrian Bradbury), son of the producer and director Robert Bradbury, was a hero fighter pilot in World War One in this adventure, and he is returning home to his father’s ranch, and his childhood sweetheart Mary.

Unfortunately, the young war hero will discover that evil businessman Kent, played by my favorite bad-guy Charles King, has rustled his father’s cattle, and then taken over his ranch, and is now about to marry his girlfriend.

Welcome home, war hero. You may discover that the Great War was more fun than the next few days will be. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.

Blackie Whiteford
Blackie Whiteford
Blackie Whiteford and Charles King
Blackie Whiteford and Charles King
Blackie Whiteford and Charles King
Blackie Whiteford and Charles King
Blackie Whiteford and Steve Clark
Blackie Whiteford and Steve Clark
Blackie Whiteford
Blackie Whiteford
Bob Steele
Bob Steele
Bob Steele
Bob Steele
Bob Steele
Bob Steele
Bob Steele
Bob Steele
Charles K. French
Charles K. French
Charles K. French and Bob Steele
Charles K. French and Bob Steele
Charles K. French
Charles K. French
Charles King
Charles King
Charles King
Charles King
Charles King
Charles King
Charles King
Charles King
Charles King
Charles King
Frank Ball, Bob Steele, Horace Murphy
Frank Ball, Bob Steele, Horace Murphy
Horace B. Carpenter
Horace B. Carpenter
Horace Murphy
Horace Murphy
Horace Murphy and Bob Steele
Horace Murphy and Bob Steele
Horace Murphy
Horace Murphy
Lafe McKee
Lafe McKee
Lafe McKee and Blackie Whiteford
Lafe McKee and Blackie Whiteford
Margaret Marquis
Margaret Marquis
Margaret Marquis and Horace Murphy
Margaret Marquis and Horace Murphy
Margaret Marquis and Bob Steele
Margaret Marquis and Bob Steele
Margaret Marquis
Margaret Marquis
Margaret Marquis
Margaret Marquis
The nurse named 'Betty'
The nurse named 'Betty'