Randy Rides Alone

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Released 1934

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Director:
Bob Rusch
Released:
1934
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Randy Rides Alone is a 1934 black and white Western movie directed by Harry L Fraser. Randy Bowers (John Wayne) works for the Adams Express Company and has been sent to investigate a series of robberies by infamous outlaw Marvin Black (George Hayes). Randy is told to meet Ed Rogers (Horace B. Carpenter), the owner of a local half way house, as he has some information for him. When Randy arrives he is shocked to discover that everyone in the saloon, including Mr. Rogers, has been shot dead, and that the place has been ransacked. Meanwhile local businessman, Matt the Mute (George Hayes), claims to have heard shots being fired and leads the local Sheriff (Earl Dwire) and his posse up to the half way house. Entering the saloon, the Sheriff immediately suspects Randy and arrests him, ignoring his protests. Mr Rogers' niece Sally (Alberta Vaughn) is called to the jail by the Sheriff who tells her of her uncle's death. Randy escapes from jail determined to prove his innocence. Showing great determination, bravery and daring, he manages to lead the Sheriff and his posse to the gang's hideout for the final showdown.

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