Tom Tyler Double Feature: Orphans of the Pecos/Lost Ranch [DVD]

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Orphan of the Pecos
Orphan of the Pecos is one of the eight Tom Tyler westerns produced by Victory Pictures during the 1937-38 season. Victory was owned by legendary fast-buck entrepreneur Sam Katzman, who also directed this particular film. Tyler is cast as Tom Wade, an agent of the Cattlemen's Protection Agency; this time, he's after the man who killed his parents. Like most of the Victory productions, Orphan of the Pecos has a script seemingly made up on the spur of the moment, compelling Tyler to mouth some bizarre ad-libs. Tom Tyler was seen to better advantage in later years as a character actor and villain in both westerns and contemporary films. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

Lost Ranch
Cheapie king Sam Katzman was both producer and director of the Tom Tyler western The Lost Ranch. "Our Tom" essays his customary role of Tom Wade, troubleshooter for the Cattlemen's Protective Association. When cattle rancher Carroll (Lafe McKee) is captured by outlaws, Carroll's daugther Rita (Jeanne Martel) inaugurates a search. At first convinced that Wade himself is one of the villains, Rita finally wises up and allows him to join the search-and, of course, to rout the villains in the final footage. Billed third in Lost Ranch is former Mack Sennett leading lady Marjorie Beebe, essaying yet another wisecracking comedy role. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

Cast & Crew

  • Tom Tyler
    Tom Tyler - Rayburn
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    Jeanne Martel - Ann
  • Marjorie Beebe
    Marjorie Beebe - Mrs. Barnes
  • Forrest Taylor
    Forrest Taylor - Brand
  • Roger Williams
    Roger Williams - Slim

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