The Law of Contact

Marked for Murder (February 8, 1945)

Charles King and Guy Wilkerson
 

Released on February 8, 1945: (running time 47 minutes) There is a range war between the cattle men and the sheep men, so Tex and the Texas Rangers try to .

Directed by Elmer Clifton

The Actors: Tex Ritter (Tex Haines), Dave O'Brien (Texas Ranger Dave Wyatt), Guy Wilkerson (Texas Ranger Panhandle Perkins), Marilyn McConnell (Ruth Lane), Ed Cassidy (Dick Vernon), Henry Hall (Sheriff Jim Whitlock), Charles King (henchman Pete Magoo), Jack Ingram (Sam Taylor, saloon owner), Bob Kortman (henchman), The Milo Twins (musicians), Jimmy Aubrey (bartender), Roy Bucko (cattleman), Frank Ellis (Jed Moore), Jack Evans (Jack, sheepman), Art Felix (Randy Smith), Herman Hack (sheepman), Chick Hannan (cattleman), Jack Hendricks (Nord Collins), Kermit Maynard (henchman), George Sowards (cowhand), Wally West (henchman), Wen Wright (Bill Ganer)

 

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The Texas Rangers, the Cow Ranchers, and the Sheep Ranchers

As our adventure opens, a saloon owner is instructing two henchmen on their next rogue assignment. They are determined to rustle and loot both cow ranchers and sheep ranchers, hoping that the two groups will destroy each other. My favorite lovable bad guy actor, Charles King, hears something outside the door, and when he goes outside, he discovers a tall, lanky tinker working on a gun belt.

The tinker is actually a Texas Ranger who is spying on the outlaws, and soon he, Texas Ranger Dave, and cowboy lawyer Tex Haines, played by Tex Ritter, are on their way to the troubled town to try to mend the feud between cow ranchers and sheep ranchers.

Unfortunately, the scoundrels working to keep these ranchers fighting are always one step ahead of the law. Tex Ritter and his Texas Ranger buddies will have their hands full trying to determine exactly who the bad guys are, and then bring them to justice. 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, Dave O'Brien
Charles King, Dave O'Brien
Charles King, Guy Wilkerson
Charles King, Guy Wilkerson
Charles King
Charles King
Dave O'Brien
Dave O'Brien
Dave O'Brien, Guy Wilkerson
Dave O'Brien, Guy Wilkerson
Dave O'Brien
Dave O'Brien
Edward Miolen, Edwin Miolen, Tex Ritter
Edward Miolen, Edwin Miolen, Tex Ritter
Guy Wilkerson
Guy Wilkerson
Guy Wilkerson, Tex Ritter
Guy Wilkerson, Tex Ritter
Edward Miolen, Guy Wilkerson, Edwin Miolen
Edward Miolen, Guy Wilkerson, Edwin Miolen
Guy Wilkerson
Guy Wilkerson
Guy Wilkerson
Guy Wilkerson
Guy Wilkerson
Guy Wilkerson
Henry Hall, Dave O'Brien
Henry Hall, Dave O'Brien
Jack Ingram
Jack Ingram
Jack Ingram, Dave O'Brien
Jack Ingram, Dave O'Brien
Marilyn McConnell
Marilyn McConnell
Marilyn McConnell, Guy Wilkerson, Charles King
Marilyn McConnell, Guy Wilkerson, Charles King
Marilyn McConnell, Jack Evans, Tex Ritter
Marilyn McConnell, Jack Evans, Tex Ritter
Tex Ritter
Tex Ritter
Tex Ritter
Tex Ritter
Wen Wright
Wen Wright
Wen Wright, Tex Ritter
Wen Wright, Tex Ritter