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Cyclone Ranger/Stallion Canyon [DVD]

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Overview

Synopsis

Cyclone Ranger
Another of cowboy hero Bill Cody's low-grade horse operas for Spectrum Pictures, Cyclone Ranger casts the white-Stetsoned star as the Pecos Kid. Despite his reputation as a cattle rustler, Pecos is a nice guy underneath. He gets to prove it by saving a blind old woman's cattle stock from falling into the hands of the villains. When his work is done, Pecos deposits the baddies in the local calaboose and bids adios to the fuming sheriff. Cyclone Ranger is no prize winner, but it isn't as awful as such future Cody vehicles as Border Menace and Phantom Cowboy. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

Stallion Canyon
It took a lot of courage to set up a new production company devoted to "B" westerns in 1949, a year when the genre was showing signs of winding down. Filmed in Trucolor, Stallion Canyon was the maiden effort from Kanab Productions, a Utah-based organization. Former Sons of the Pioneers vocalist Ken Curtis made his starring debut in this one, playing a ranch foreman who does his best to track down a rogue stallion. The rest of the cast is comprised of unknowns, save for villains Ted Adams and Forrest Taylor. Cheaply produced, Stallion Canyon has the twin advantages of a relatively new leading man and excellent location photography. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

Cast & Crew

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    Bill Cody - Pecos Kid
  • Eddie Gribbon
    Eddie Gribbon - Duke
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    Soledad Jiminez - Donna Castelar
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    Earl Hodgins - Pancho Gonzales
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    Donald Reed - Juan Castelar
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