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a5c7b9f00b Tyler, a boxer whose career ends after he loses a fixed fight, winds up with a job as a ranch hand. When his new boss gets involved with a crooked fight promoter, Tyler winds up back in the ring with a chance to vindicate himself.
Fighter "Scotty" McQuade, contender for the light-heavyweight championship of the Pacific Coast,after being duped by his manager Ted Todd and fight-promoter Lew Slater, is disgusted with the fight game and decides to go back to punching cattle. He gets a job on the ranch owned by Colonel Hayden, where he once again encounters Slater, who has a crooked deal going that will cause Hayden to lose his ranch. With the aid of the Colonel's daughter, Betty Rose, and his pal "Frozen-Face" Cohen, McQuade breaks jail on a framed charge and puts an end to Slater's crooked dealings.
This &quot;sort of a western&quot; stars Tom Tyler, whose deep voice, wide grin and natural athleticism are the keys to the success of his two serials &#39;The Adventures of Captain Marvel&#39; (1941) and &#39;The Phantom&#39; (1943). Here they aren&#39;t enough to make this routine and formulaic film more than a pass the time waster.<br/><br/>He plays a prize fighter, &#39;Scotty&#39; McQuade, who is tricked into losing a bout by the evil promoter, played by the smarmy Forrest Taylor. Cut to Scotty suddenly walking through the middle of a western prairie, renouncing his boxing career and getting a job working on a horse ranch. Taylor also shows up as he is now promoting horse races as well as fights.<br/><br/>We get all the clichés of a western without much western action: Charles King (as ranch foreman &#39;Bones&#39;) picking a fight with Scotty; the up and down relationship with the &quot;Prairie Flower,&quot; (here played by Beth Marion who starred in Tom&#39;s next western as well) whose wifeless Dad runs the ranch; the obligatory false imprisonment scene; and the final &#39;rescues&#39; of the ranch by our hero --in this case he wins both the horse race and the prize fight.<br/><br/>High points: Charles King gets in more dialog than usual, but his fights with Tom are too short; the presence of the comic Sammy Cohen, who had made some of the first Vitaphone talking shorts. That&#39;s about it. Hopefully Tom did better in his 13 &#39;3 Mesquiters&#39; films as &#39;Stony Burke.&#39; I&#39;ll be generous and give this one a 3 for Tom&#39;s voice, grin, and Charles King&#39;s presence.
While it certainly isn&#39;t a great Western, I liked this movie considerable more than the previous reviewer, Mr. Chance did. I agree that this is only sort of a Western given the long scenes about prize fighting. Even so, it has everything: handsome, athletic hero (Tyler), pretty and forthright heroine (Marion), a faithful dog (Alexander in the film, played by the unfortunately named &quot;Wimpey&quot;), a funny sidekick (Sammy Cohen), Bluebell the horse, a swindler (Forest Taylor), and a nasty ranch foreman (Charles King). The plot is overly reliant on coincidence but easy to follow and entertaining. Scotty McQuade (Tyler) is drugged by the unscrupulous promoter Lew Slater (Taylor) and loses the fight. Fed up with boxing, he heads out with his dog Alexander. On his trek, the western scenery is beautiful with mountains in the background. The terrain pictured in this movie is probably now all highways, houses and strip malls. At any rate, while out in the middle of n

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