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Sunset Carson Rides Again (September 10, 1948)

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Sunset Carson Rides Again
 

Released on September 10, 1948: Sunset Carson wants to raise money to build a school for the town children, but his partner Sam wants to steal the money and ride away.

Produced by Walt Maddox

Directed by Oliver Drake

The Actors: Sunset Carson (Sunset Carson), Al Terry (Bob Ward, aka The Kansas Kid), Pat Starling (Joan Carson), Dan White (Sheriff Norton), Pat Gleason (referee Brown), John L. Cason (Sam Webster), Stephen Keyes (henchman Murdock), Ron Ormond (Jim Pizor), Bob Curtis (tin cup Callahan), Joe Hiser (Shorty McDuff), Bill Vall (Slugger Appolodamus), Forrest Matthews (Sam Nevens), Don Gray (henchman Rand), Dale Harrison (Tomkins), The Rodeo Revelers (musicians), Buddy McDowell (fiddle player for The Rodeo Revelers)

 
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Winifred and Pat

For a good cowboy adventure you need a tall handsome hero and a young beautiful girl . . . . . and a good story with a bad guy or two. In this story we have Winifred and Pat . . . . Winifred is the tall hero re-named Sunset Carson by Republic Studio, and Pat is Margaret Patricia 'Pat' Starling in her first motion picture. Now, I've got to be honest . . . . . Well . . . . Actually I probably shouldn't be honest, but I will anyway. I was excited to run across a public domain cowboy movie in color, but my excitement faded a bit as the story unfolded. It started with a bang . . . . A young boy is staggering in the hot desert sun when he suddenly spots a cool water hole and quickly dunks his head into the cool water to quench his thirst. It isn't until after he has drunk deep from the water that he notices the sign nearby saying that the water is poison. He pulls a tattered note out of his pocket, hides it in his hat, and collapses to the ground. This could be good! In my humble opinion, from there the story goes downhill quickly. It turns out that the skinny young boy believes that Sunset Carson killed his papa and he is out for revenge. Of course it is Sunset Carson that finds the boy and with his sister brings him back to health. At the Carson ranch, Sunset wants to raise money to build a school for the town, but his partner Sam wants to steal the money and run. Not bad, this could get messy . . . . Unfortunately the big action revolves around a boxing match . . . . Yup, this is a cowboy movie with all the action building to a boxing match . . . . Between Sunset Carson's partner Sam Webster, our 'bad guy,' and the skinny kid who is recovering from drinking poison water . . . . C'mon now . . . . I could beat up the skinny kid and I'm a weak mama's boy. But anyway there you have it . . . . Sunset Carson, his pretty young sister and the skinny boy from Kansas . . . . You can enjoy this adventure if you think of it as a Saturday morning diversion for the young kid in all of us, but don't expect high drama or nail-biting suspense. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.

Al Terry and Pat Starling
Al Terry and Pat Starling
Al Terry
Al Terry
Bob Curtis, Joe Hiser and Al Terry
Bob Curtis, Joe Hiser and Al Terry
Bob Curtis
Bob Curtis
Buddy McDowell
Buddy McDowell
John L. Cason, Don Gray and Stephen Keyes
John L. Cason, Don Gray and Stephen Keyes
John L. Cson and Stephen Keyes
John L. Cson and Stephen Keyes
John L. Cason
John L. Cason
Pat Starling and Al Terry
Pat Starling and Al Terry
Sunset Carson, Dan White and John L. Cason
Sunset Carson, Dan White and John L. Cason
The Rodeo Revelers
The Rodeo Revelers