Fugitive Valley

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Released 1941

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Fugitive Valley

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Director:
S. Roy Luby
Released:
1941
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Fugitive Valley is a 1941 western by director S. Roy Luby. It is the eighth film in Monogram Pictures' Range Busters series, which spanned twenty-four films in total, from 1940 to 1943. Fugitive Valley features the usual action, adventure, comedy and occasional songs that characterize the series. The film stars the original Range Busters cowboy trio of Crash Corrigan (Ray Corrigan), John King (Dusty King), and Alibi Terhune (Max Terhune), plus Terhune's ventriloquist's dummy, Elmer. In this episode of the saga, the Range Busters aim to infiltrate the notorious criminal hideout of Fugitive Valley and defeat the Whip Gang. To do so, Corrigan poses as a criminal, allowing himself to be imprisoned with a member of the gang. The rest of the Busters and more members of the gang show up as our heroes stage a breakout and hold-up a stagecoach. With the gang's trust earned they all proceed to Fugitive Valley, where the mysteries of the gang are revealed. Romantic interest is provided in the form of Ann Savage (Julie Duncan); a doctor's daughter who is more than she first seems.moreless
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