Kermit Maynard Collection [6 Discs] [DVD]
- SKU: 18093536
- Release Date: 08/25/2009
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Based on a story by James Oliver Curwood, this western follows the quest of Texas Ranger Jim (Kermit Maynard) to track down the outlaws who murdered his brother. ~ Iotis Erlewine, Rovi
Roaring Six Guns
Kermit Maynard, the less-popular but arguably more talented brother of cowboy star Ken Maynard, heads the cast of Roaring Six Guns. Maynard plays Buck Sinclair, whose romance with heroine Beth (Mary Hayes) is hampered by the activities of her bombastic father (Sam Flint). Beth's dad covets a patch of government range land -- the same patch also coveted by Buck. The two men continue feuding until Buck wins Daddy's undying friendship by proving that the old man's business partner (John Merton) is a no-account crook. Budd Buster raises a few laughs (very few) as Maynard's comical sidekick. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi
Red Blood of Courage
Kermit Maynard once again dons a Mountie uniform in Ambassador Films' Red Blood of Courage. The plot gets underway when Mark Henry (Reginald Barlow), the owner of a valuable oil deposit, is kidnapped and replaced by an outlaw look-alike (also Barlow). The masquerade fools everyone, even his niece Beth (Ann Sheridan, in one of her first leading roles). But RCMP officer Jim Sullivan (Maynard), himself travelling incognito to track down the murderer of his best friend, isn't so easily taken in by the phony landowner. Things get hairy when the false Mark Henry is murdered by his henchmen and blame for the killing is placed on Sullivan. But the real Henry shows up in time to help our hero track down the heavies and rescue the heroine. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi
Whistling Bullets was one of better Kermit Maynard westerns from the Ambassador Pictures "B"-mill. Based on a story by James Oliver Curwood, the story finds Texas Ranger Larry Graham (Maynard) hot on the trail of an outlaw and his gang. To gain the villains' confidence, Larry poses as an escaped criminal, deliberately gets sent to prison, and befriends the outlaw, hoping that the fellow will lead him to a cache of stolen money. John English, later a mainstay of the Republic "B"-western product., directs, while Harlene Wood co-stars as the heroine. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi
Rough Ridin' Rhythm
Kermit Maynard, the talented brother of cowboy legend Ken Maynard, stars in this low-budget horse opera. The elementary story has Jim Langley (Maynard) and his pal Scrubby (Ralph Peters) mistaken for bandits. Adding to our hero's burden is the fact that his infant nephew has been kidanpped by the genuine miscreants. And as if that weren't enough to worry about, the bad guys abduct herioine Helen Hobart (Beryl Wallace) to take care of the baby. Needless to say, Langley brings the crooks to heel and rescues the girl and the kid before the alotted 6 reels are over. As usual, Kermit Maynard is consistently better than the script, especially during the action highlights. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi
Valley of Terror
When an innocent man (Kermit Maynard) is suspected of stealing cattle, he must struggle to clear his name. ~ Iotis Erlewine, Rovi