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Rare classic movies on DVD! Our DVD-Rs are region-free, studio titles are Region 1.

Border Rangers (1950) DVD-R

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Starring Don 'Red' Barry, Robert Lowery, Wally Vernon, Pamela Blake, Lyle Talbot

Directed by William Berke



Print: black/white

Runtime: 58 min.

Genre: western

Print quality: B



 


When Texas Ranger Tommy Standish, who has been pursuing an outlaw gang led by Mungo, is killed by Mungo, his brother, Bob Standish, joins the Rangers, with his first assignment from Ranger Captain McLain the capture of the Mungo gang, who hide out below El Paso in Mexico. Bob takes the identity of an outlaw he was forced to kill in the line of duty, and goes below the border with the plan of luring Mungo and his gang back to El Paso and into a trap set by the Rangers.

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Starring Don 'Red' Barry, Robert Lowery, Wally Vernon, Pamela Blake, Lyle Talbot
Directed by William Berke

Print: black/white
Runtime: 58 min.
Genre: western
Print quality: B

 

When Texas Ranger Tommy Standish, who has been pursuing an outlaw gang led by Mungo, is killed by Mungo, his brother, Bob Standish, joins the Rangers, with his first assignment from Ranger Captain McLain the capture of the Mungo gang, who hide out below El Paso in Mexico. Bob takes the identity of an outlaw he was forced to kill in the line of duty, and goes below the border with the plan of luring Mungo and his gang back to El Paso and into a trap set by the Rangers.

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