The Montana Kid/Outlaws of the Range [DVD]
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Synopsis

Outlaws of the Range
Silent screen Western hero Bill Cody co-starred with his son, Bill, Jr., in this inexpensive Western produced by Poverty Row entrepreneur Ray Kirkwood's Spectrum Pictures Corp. Cody, Sr. played Steve Hopper, a cowboy falsely accused of murdering a local rancher, Wilson (William McCall), a crime actually committed by rustler Grant (Gordon Griffith). With the help of young Jimmy Wilson (Bill Cody, Jr.), Hopper breaks out of jail, and together they overhear Grant admitting to the frame-up. The greedy villain attempts to force lovely Betty Grant (Catherine Cotter) to sign over the deed to her ranch, but the Hoppers interfere and manage to bring the entire Grant gang to justice. This was the last of eight low-budget Westerns produced by Kirkwood and starring the Codys. Increasingly gaunt and visibly in ill health, Cody, Sr. was nearing the end of his long career; he retired in 1939. Surprisingly, story and continuity for Outlaws of the Range was credited to Zarah Tazil, a Swedish-born actress who had earlier appeared in such B-Westerns as Cyclone Ranger and Six Gun Justice, both in 1935. ~ Hans J. Wollstein, Rovi

The Montana Kid
White-Stetsoned Bill Cody stars in the rugged "B"-western The Montana Kid. While waiting for the arrival of his son Andy Shuford on the afternoon stage, Cody's friend John Elliot gets drunk at the local saloon, where he is easily swindled out of his ranch. When Elliot sobers up, he tries to set things right, only to be murdered for his trouble. It's up to Cody to protect Shuford's interests and track down the killers. While cheaply produced, The Montana Kid is persuasively acted and tightly directed, with a particularly exciting chase finish. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

Cast & Crew

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    Bill Cody, Jr.
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    Catherine Cotter
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    Gordon Griffith
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    William McCall
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    Wally West
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