Flame of the West (1945)

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Flame of the West (1945). 1h 11m | Passed

“Johnny Mack Brown stars in this western for Monogram that has a bit more plotnthan your average B film. He plays a newly arrived doctor in the town who has ansecret. His secret is that heu0026#39;s a fast gun with an accurate aim at what he shootsnat.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eThis is one lawless town and saloon owner Harry Woods wants to keep it thatnway. The town brings in tamer Douglass Dumbrille and appoints him marshalnwith carte blanche. But to finish the job he will need Brown and those colts hencarries in his doctoru0026#39;s bag.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eBeing a law and order marshal in a western is not a role I ever thought to seenDumbrille in. But he does carry it off.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eJoan Woodbury has the role of Woodsu0026#39;s partner in the saloon. Sheu0026#39;s in chargenof the entertainment at the establishment and PeeWee King and his group who are in this film play at the saloon and work for her. Sheu0026#39;s also carrying anbig secret which we donu0026#39;t learn until the end.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eEnough gunplay to satisfy any western fan.”


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