BUSTER CRABBE WESTERNS #1

PRARIE BADMEN

Medicine show proprietor Doc Lattimer (Ed Cassidy) has in his possession a map showing the location of a cache of stolen gold. His son Don (John L. Buster) favors keeping the gold rather than returning it to the express company to which it rightfully belongs, and steals the map, only to find himself menaced by outlaw leader Cal (Charles King) and his gang.

STAGECOACH OUTLAWS

At long last, a low-budget Western that fully lives up to its title, Stagecoach Outlaws depicts exactly that, a gang of outlaws robbing a stage line operated by Jed Bowen (Edward Cassidy). When Billy Carson (Buster Crabbe) foils the gang's latest holdup, its leader, Steve Kirby (I. Stanford Jolley), arranges to have the notorious outlaw Matt Brawley (Robert Kortman) sprung from jail. Unfortunately for Kirby, his henchmen instead release Fuzzy Q. Jones (Al St. John), whose stupidity had landed him behind bars. Before he has time to explain, Fuzzy is assigned to kill Billy and then the real Matt Brawley turns up. After a series of bruising fistfights in a ghost town hotel, the gang is finally rounded up and carted off to jail.

BLAZING FRONTIER

Buster Crabbe and Al St. John (or "Our Old Pals", as they were invariably billed) star in the PRC western Blazing Frontier. As ever, Crabbe plays Billy the Kid, aka Billy Carson, while St. John is the daffy Fuzzy Q. Jones. This time, Billy intervenes in a feud between the railroad company and local settlers. Crooked land agents are busily stoking the flames of the feud, and it's up to Billy and Fuzzy to keep things from getting out of hand. Also known as Billy the Kid in Blazing Frontier, this 6-reel western didn't make it to New York theatres until April of 1944, nearly eight months after its regional release.

BUSTER CRABBE WESTERNS #1
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