This is a great Old West Western with good Old West Singing in it starring Ted Ritter. But there’s a Shootout near the End where they have lots of Wagons racing along in a huge Cowboy and Outlaw Shootout! But if you watch closely, you’ll see a very dangerous accident that takes place.
In it, you’ll see the horses pulling the wagon running and then they are seen jumping upwards violently as they run down or run over a an actor on the ground. What? Yep, he gets plum run over. He does and I watched it several times. It’s very quick, so keep your eyes OPEN.
Rollin’ Plains is a 1938 American film directed by Albert Herman.
|Directed by||Albert Herman|
|Produced by||Edward Finney (producer)|
Lindsley Parsons (supervising producer)
|Written by||Jacques Jaccard (story) and|
Celia Jaccard (story)
Lindsley Parsons (screenplay) and
Edmond Kelso (screenplay)
|Edited by||Frederick Bain|
|Distributed by||Grand National Pictures|
|Release date||July 8, 1938|
|Running time||57 minutes|
Texas Rangers Tex, Ananias and Pee Wee put down a range war between sheepmen and cattlemen. And tons of stuff takes place. Cowboys are Singing their Cowboy Songs that every good buckaroo lives hearing. Big rip snorting. Big horse racing, blazing Gin Battles are all over the place. And a Big Gun Battle almost as close to the real thing takes place at the very beginning in this big Range War. In it, the Gun Powder leaves a blinding sight to behold. Loud, very noisy, and smoky. Lots of real Gunpowder Smoke in it and Bullets flying everywhere. This is a great Western.