Bill Cody Double Feature: Six Gun Justice/The Texas Rambler [DVD]

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Six Gun Justice
The third of nine very low-budget Bill Cody oaters produced by Gower Gulch company Spectrum, Six Gun Justice told a none too original story of an outlaw who reforms and saves his pursuer from getting killed by the gang. Bill Cody and Wally Wales, both former stars of the silent sage, played the reformed outlaw and gang leader respectively, with Donald Reed as the marshal and starlet Ethel Jackson delivering the necessary feminine appeal as the daughter of a Doc Holliday-like surgeon (Budd Buster). Swedish-born actress Zara Tazil, who wrote several of the Spectrum-Cody oaters, appeared here as a jealous saloon girl. The screenplay was by genre specialist Oliver Drake and the film played smaller venues only. ~ Hans J. Wollstein, Rovi

The Texas Rambler
Written by genre specialist Oliver Drake, this overly complicated B-Western from Gower Gulch company Spectrum featured Bill Cody as "The Rambler," a cowboy who promises a mysterious masked stranger to look after the welfare of pretty Catherine Cotter. The girl is arriving from the East to take possession of her inherited share in a ranch besieged by cutthroats out to steal the property. "The Rambler," proposes to buy Catherine's share in the ranch for much more than the market value but she refuses. To prove that her prospective suitor, a slick lawyer (Roger Williams), is in reality an unscrupulous crook, "The Rambler" pretends to be a member of a gang of rustlers, easily gaining the man's confidence. Then to everyone's shock, Catherine's presumed dead uncle (Earle Hodgins) not only reveals himself to be the masked stranger but that "The Rambler" is in reality the son of his dead partner and the heir to the other half of the ranch. ~ Hans J. Wollstein, Rovi

Cast & Crew

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    Budd Buster
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    Ace Cain
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    Bill Cody, Jr.
  • Frank Moran
    Frank Moran
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    Donald Reed
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