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Law of the Saddle Law of the Saddle stars Bob Livingston as Rocky Cameron, aka "The Lone Rider". With his sidekick Fuzzy Q. Jones (Al St. John), Rocky rides into a small town plagued by cattle rustlers. He can expect no help from the Law, since the sheriff is as crooked as the Yellow Brick Road. In fact, the sheriff is the head of the rustlers, meaning that Rocky's really got a dilemma on his hands this time out. The villain in Law of the Saddle is played by Lane Chandler, a former silent-film cowboy star who sustained his career into the 1960s by specializing in stubble-chinned heavies. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi
Wild Horse Rustlers Wild Horse Rustlers was PRC's 1943 entry in the "Nazis on the prairie" western cycle. Hero Tom Cameron (Bob Livingston) discovers that his twin brother (also Bob Livingston) with a group of German spies. The villains intend to thwart the government's efforts to round up horses for military service. Fortunately, the bad twin turns good by fadeout time, and Democracy is preserved once more. Minus the propaganda angle, this is merely another cattle-rustling opus, with the standard western bad guys (Lane Chandler, Stanley Price) saying "Seig heil!" instead of "Let's get outta here!" As was usual at PRC, Al "Fuzzy"St. John provides the film's best moments. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi