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Outlaw Country (1949 film)

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Outlaw Country
Outlaw-country.jpg
Original film poster
Directed byRay Taylor
Written byRon Ormond
Ira S. Webb
Based onstory by Ormond and Webb
Produced byRon Ormond
StarringLash LaRue
Music byWalter Greene
Distributed byScreen Guild Productions
Release date
  • January 7, 1949 (1949-01-07)
Running time
72 minutes
CountryUnited States
LanguageEnglish

Outlaw Country is a 1949 American western film directed by Ray Taylor and starring Lash LaRue and Al "Fuzzy" St. John[1] in a dual role as a U.S. Marshal and his outlaw brother known as the "Frontier Phantom". The film, shot at the Iverson Movie Ranch led to a 1952 sequel The Frontier Phantom.

Plot

In a small area between the United States and Mexican frontier is a small area that is under the jurisdiction of neither nation. Jim McCord charges outlaws on the run money to stay in his domain called "Robbers Roost". McCord has also kidnapped a United States Treasury engraver and his daughter in order to create counterfeit US dollars. US Marshal Clark and his Mexican counterpart Señor Cordova recruit Marshal Lash La Rue and Deputy Fuzzy Q. Jones to "take the law into their own hands" to put the outlaws out of business. One of the outlaws is Lash's twin brother, known as the Frontier Phantom.

Meanwhile, Fuzzy studies to become a hypnotist and a wizard.

Cast

References

  1. ^ "OUTLAW COUNTRY". Monthly Film Bulletin. London. 18 (204): 235. 1 January 1951. ProQuest 1305815494.

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