- SKU: 16085157
- Release Date: 10/30/2007
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Tall-in-the-saddle Tim McCoy essays a dual role in the low-budget western Outlaw's Paradise. As luck would have it, government agent Lightnin' Bill Carson (McCoy) is the exact double of outlaw leader Trigger Mallory (also McCoy). While Trigger languishes in jail, Bill takes his place, infiltrating Mallory's gang in hopes of rounding them all up. He even manages to hoodwink Trigger's girl friend Jessie (Joan Barclay), despite the fact that she seems brighter than the rest of his ilk. Things get hairy when Trigger busts out of jail and joins up with his gang, luring Bill towards an "inescapable" death trap. Inescapable, sure. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi
Code of the Cactus
Tim McCoy once again played Department of Justice agent "Lightning Bill" Carson in Code of the Cactus, and once again he infiltrates the outlaws by masquerading as a foreigner, this time a Mexican named Miguel. A gang of very modern rustlers using high-powered trucks and machine guns is terrorizing the local ranchers. Disguised as Miguel, Lightning Bill quickly learns that the rustlers are lead by Blackton (Forrest Taylor), a nasty meatpacking contractor, and with assistance from usual sidekick Magpie (Ben Corbett) and a new acquaintance, range detective Bob Swane (Dave "Tex" O-Brien), he manages to penetrate Blackton's barricade of piled-up trucks. McCoy made eight Westerns for low-budget producer Katzman's Victory Pictures before signing with newcomer PRC. ~ Hans J. Wollstein, Rovi
Cast & Crew
- Tim McCoy - "Trigger" Mallory
- Ben Corbett - Magpie
- Ted Adams - Slim
- Forrest Taylor - Eddie
- Bob Terry - Steve