Danger Valley (Novemer 3, 1937)

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Addison 'Jack' Randall in Danger Valley
 

Released on November 3, 1937: Jack and his buddy Lucky leave the cow country to search for adventure in the hot desert, and help a desert girl whose land deed was stolen by an outlaw.

Produced by Robert N. Bradbury

Directed by Robert N. Bradbury

The Actors: Addison Randall (Jack Bruce), Lois Wilde (Mickey Temple), Hal Price (Lucky), Charles King (Dana), Earl Dwire (Hardrock), Ernie Adams (Soapy), Jimmy Aubrey (Australia), Ed Brady (Jake Reed), Frank LaRue (Pappy Temple), Chick Hannan (Joe), Helen Gibson (Nana Temple), Merrill McCormick (henchman), Victor Adamson (henchman), Barney Beasley (barfly), Jim Corey (henchman), Barney Furey (claims recorder Mack), Oscar Gahan (henchman), Clyde McClary (the croupier), Buck Morgan (barfly), George Morrell (townsman), Tex Palmer (henchman), Fred Parker (doctor), Archie Ricks (henchman), Glenn Strange (Marshal Davis), Sherry Tansey (henchman), Wally West (posse rider)

 
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The Cow Man and the Desert Rats

The 1930's was the golden age of cowboy westerns and it was very difficult to produce a cowboy movie that didn't succeed at the box office, but Addison 'Jack' Randall managed that awesome task. Jack Randall acted in some Broadway productions, but his brother Robert Randall, acting in movies under the name Robert Livingston, was becoming a famous movie star, and Jack decided to try his luck in Hollywood . . . . Alas . . . . The angels watching over movie stars in Hollywood did not seem to be on Jack's side. Who can explain why one talented actor becomes legendary and another talented actor is unknown? Jack Randall was a tall and handsome fellow with a deep commanding voice and a smile that would melt any cowgirl's heart. He could slug it out with bad guy Charles King Jr. as well as any cowboy hero . . . . He could sing a mellow cowboy song as well as the other singing gun-slingers . . . . But after acting and starring in a handful of quickly forgotten cowboy movies he could only get bit parts in movies. After a couple of years without even a bit part in a movie he was hired to be a cowboy in one more western adventure in 1945 at the age of 39, when he suffered a massive heart attack while riding his horse during a scene and his career, as well as his life on earth, was over. In this story, near the peak of his career, he and his side-kick Lucky have left the cow country and headed into the desert to look for new adventures when they discover a man who is near death in the hot summer sun. The man has the deed to a ghost town in his pocket, and he asks Jack to take the deed and go to Sundown and make sure that Mickey gets the deed. When Jack and Lucky get to the desert area called Sundown they discover that Mickey is a hard-boiled desert girl who rubs him the wrong way . . . . for now. Jack also discovers that bad guy Dana, played by veteran cowboy actor Charles King Jr. also has a deed to Sundown. With two deeds to Sundown . . . . . Well now, actually three deeds to Sundown . . . . It may be impossible for Jack to help the pretty but tough desert girl claim the land that her grandfather Papa Temple has worked for many years . . . . Bad guy Dana has already started the town up again and he is the law in this wild desert town, and he aims to arrest Jack, Mickey and the desert prospectors and get rid of them . . . . Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.

Addison Randall and Hal Price
Addison Randall and Hal Price
Addison Randall and Hal Price
Addison Randall and Hal Price
Allison Randall and Jimmy Aubrey
Allison Randall and Jimmy Aubrey
Addison Randall and Lois Wilde
Addison Randall and Lois Wilde
Charles King and Barney Furey
Charles King and Barney Furey
Earl Dwire and Chick Hannan
Earl Dwire and Chick Hannan
Earl Dwire
Earl Dwire
Glenn Strange and Addison Randall
Glenn Strange and Addison Randall
Hal Price and Addison Randall
Hal Price and Addison Randall
Jack Randall, Glenn Strange and Frank LaRue
Jack Randall, Glenn Strange and Frank LaRue
Jimmy Aubrey, Lois Wilde, Hal Price and Addison Randall
Jimmy Aubrey, Lois Wilde, Hal Price and Addison Randall
Lois Wilde
Lois Wilde
Lois Wilde and Addison Randall
Lois Wilde and Addison Randall
Lois Wilde
Lois Wilde
Lois Wilde
Lois Wilde