- SKU: 17862742
- Release Date: 05/26/2009
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The second of former silent screen star Jack Perrin's "Blue Ribbon" Westerns, Hair-Trigger Casey deftly straddled the fence between gangster melodrama and ordinary horse-opera. Perrin played an army captain rushing back to his ranch where strange things are occurring. As it turns out, the ranch foreman (Edward Cassidy) and cook (Phil Dunham) have gone into business together smuggling Chinese immigrants across the border from Mexico. On his magnificent horse Starlight, Perrin chases the gangsters up and down the border, his "hair trigger" shooting skills eventually deciding the outcome. Fellow silent star Wally Wales co-starred as Perrin's equally tough brother, with African-American comedian Fred "Snowflake" Toones delivering the lighter moments. Betty Mack, who also appeared opposite Tom Tyler, Bob Steele, Kermit Maynard, Harry Carey and Rex Bell in a B-Western career that lasted 1931-1939, provided the necessary romantic interest. ~ Hans J. Wollstein, Rovi
Directed by William Berke (under the pseudonym of "Lester Williams"), Gun Grit was the last of four above-average B-Western starring former silent lead Jack Perrin. Perrin, who also co-produced with Berke, played Bob Blake, an FBI agent masquerading as a ranch hand in order to infiltrate a gang of city gangsters terrorizing a Western community. Tired of dodging federal agents in Los Angeles, Mack (Roger Williams), Looey (Phil Dunham) and Dopey (Ralph Peters) escape to a small Western community where they proceed to threaten the local ranchers, gang-land style, into paying protection money. After the expected ridin', shootin' and sluggin', undercover agent Blake, with ample assistance from his horse Starlight and young Dave Hess (stunt-man David Sharpe), manages to deliver the gangsters to the city authorities. His job finished, Blake offers pretty rancher's daughter Jean Hess (Ethel Beck) a little "protection" of his own. Filmed at the former Tiffany studios in Hollywood, Gun Grit managed to combine two popular genres -- the gangster film and Western melodrama -- without sacrificing the essence of either. ~ Hans J. Wollstein, Rovi
Cast & Crew
- Phil Dunham
- Betty Mack
- Jack Perrin
- Fred "Snowflake" Toones
- Wally Wales