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The Breed of the West/Man From Oklahoma [DVD]
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Man from Oklahoma
Saucer-eyed Western star Jack Perrin is once again up against a crooked ranch foreman in this typical silent oater from low-budget producer Harry S. Webb. The always menacing Lew Meehan played the foreman whose advances are spurned by the ranch owner's pretty daughter, Josephine Hill. African-American actor Martin Turner provided a bit of levity and elderly Lafe McKee some much needed advice. Edmund Cobb, a Western star in his own right, was wasted as one of Meehan's henchmen. ~ Hans J. Wollstein, Rovi

Breed of the West
From Big 4 Film Corp., Breed of the West stars former silent cowboy Wally Wales, in his second talkie, as Wally Weldon, a young cowboy who encounters a lost youth searching for his father. Wally takes the boy, Jim Bradley (Buzz Barton), back to the ranch where the kid obtains the job of cook's helper. While performing his duties, Jim learns that his immediate boss (George Gerwing) and Longrope Wheeler (Robert Walker), the ranch foreman, are planning to rob their employer, Colonel Sterner (Lafe McKee). When Wally finds Jim wounded by one of Longrope's henchmen, the Colonel admits to his daughter, Betty (Virginia Brown Faire), that the child is her long-lost brother. There is a second attempt to rob Sterner but Wally forces the cook to confess and the evil Longrope is arrested by the sheriff (Hank Bell). ~ Hans J. Wollstein, Rovi

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