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Rex Bell Double Featue: Law and Lead/Idaho Kid [DVD]

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Overview

Synopsis

The Idaho Kid
The third of six Rex Bell Westerns produced by the Alexander brothers, Arthur and Max, The Idaho Kid was the first to be distributed by newcomer Grand National. Bell appeared in the title role, a drifter who returns to the old homestead only to find his adopted family engaged in a range war with his natural -- but estranged -- father, Clint Hollister (Earl Dwire). The latter's foreman, Bib Slagel (Charles King), and his men attempt to force Endicott (Lafe Mckee) out of business by depriving his cattle of water from a shared stream. There is a final confrontation during which Hollister shoots the Idaho Kid, learning only afterwards that he is his long-lost son. Happily, Idaho survives his wounds and the feud comes to an end. Popular B-Western heroine Marion Shilling played Bell's foster sister-turned-love interest and former Paramount star Lane Chandler appeared in a small supporting role as Lafe Mckee's foreman. Bell was the husband of silent screen star Clara Bow and later ran successfully for the office of lieutenant governor of Nevada. ~ Hans J. Wollstein, Rovi

Law and Lead
Rex Bell was always an agreeable cowboy hero, even when stuck in such bottom-barrel oaters as Law and Lead. On this occasion, hero Jimmy Sawyer (Bell) tries to find out who's been impersonating a famous retired bandit. Since the ex-outlaw is a friend of his, Jimmy is anxious to clear his buddy's name by exposing the phony. Along the way, he falls in love with heroine Hope Hawley (Harley Wood). Because singing cowboys were popular, Rex Bell was required to sing, which he does adequately; he was far more effective when he quit films to become lieutenant governor of Nevada. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

Cast & Crew

  • Rex Bell
    Rex Bell - Idaho
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    David Sharpe - Kid
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    Earl Dwire - Hollister
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    Lafe McKee - Endicott
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    Phil Dunham - Tumblebug
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