Tom Tyler Double Feature: Unconquered Bandit/God's Country and the Man [DVD]
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Overview

Synopsis

Unconquered Bandit
In his second of 18 B-Westerns for poverty row company Reliable Pictures, strapping Tom Tyler comes to the aid of a Mexican rancher who is terrorized by a powerful neighbor (William Gould). Tyler's love for the evil neighbor's innocent niece (Lillian Gilmore) is sorely tested when the young cowboy's father is found murdered. The blonde Miss Gilmore also appeared that year opposite Reliable's other cowboy star, Jack Perrin, in Wolf Riders. ~ Hans J. Wollstein, Rovi

God's Country and the Man
Although dismissed in its day as just another cheap Western, God's Country and the Man proves to be a surprisingly well-made sagebrush thriller, whose fiddling master villain, Al Bridge, is a revelation. Bridge, who co-wrote the scenario with director J.P. McCarthy and Wellyn Totman, plays Livermore, the gun-running boss of De Vina, a border town inhabited by cutthroats. Strapping Tom Tyler, as Texas lawman Tex Malone, arrives in Da Vina with his latest bounty, Irish-brogued Stingaree Kelly (George Hayes, long before he earned the nickname "Gabby"), there to infiltrate Livermore's gang of smugglers. Malone, using the alias of Steve Rollins, falls for the villain's French mistress, Rose (Betty Mack), and together they set a trap for the bandits. Rose proves to be yet another investigator in disguise -- and not French at all -- and in the final shootout, Stingaree Kelly sacrifices himself so that she and Malone can plan a future together. The surprising demise of the comic relief, and a boss villain who initiates every one of his crimes by playing a sad dirge on his fiddle, are just a few of this strange Western's many breaks with tradition. Produced by Trem Carr for the low-rent Syndicate Pictures Corp., God's Country and the Man remains a startling, well-acted example of a near-Gothic B-Western. ~ Hans J. Wollstein, Rovi

Cast & Crew

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    Earl Dwire
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    John Elliott
  • Tom Tyler
    Tom Tyler
  • Charles "Slim" Whitaker
    Charles "Slim" Whitaker
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    Lillian Gilmore
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