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Inducted into the Hall of Great Westerners in the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum, Zane Grey is the pioneer of American Western literature. This collection includes adaptations of: THE DUDE RANGER, THE LIGHT OF WESTERN STARS, THE FIGHTING WESTERNER and WANDERER OF THE WASTELAND.
THE DUDE RANGER: George O'Brien and Irene Hervey star in this classic western tale written by the legendary Zane Grey. Along with the feature, over 90 minutes of bonus footage is included.
THE LIGHT OF WESTERN STARS: Easterner Madeline Hammond has decided to buy a cattle ranch not knowing that there is an ammunition smuggling ring operating off her land. When her workers who venture too close to the smugglers' hideout and begin getting shot at, she must find a way to stop it. The only man that can help bring the corruption to an end is a loner named Gene Stewart, who has been forced into exile after a brawl with the town sheriff who is a leader of the smuggling operation. With the help of Gene's loyal friend Poco, Madeline might be able to find Gene, bring him back to the ranch and put an end to the smugglers once and for all.
THE FIGHTING WESTERNER: Randolph Scott plays Larry Sutton in this Zane Grey murder mystery set in the Wild West! Someone's murdering people at a Nevada radium mine, and the deputy sheriff turns to Sutton for help. Suddenly the two must race against time to uncover the killer - and bring peace back to the town!
WANDERER OF THE WASTELAND: After ten years of wandering the southwestern wastelands in search of the thieves that murdered his father, Adam Larey has finally stumbled upon the clue he has been searching for. Adam tracks the cattle brand that has haunted him since the day he saw it on the killer's horse to a ranch in Arizona where he takes a job to get close to the enemy. When he comes face-to-face with Jim Collinshaw, the man responsible for his father's death, will Adam take the revenge he has been seeking for so many years, or will there be something else standing in his way?
[Fighting] An unusual 'who-done-it' western from 1935 with the stalwart Randolph Scott and a fine supporting cast trudging through rather clunky dialogue. But this film does have the charm of others made in this era - innocent production values and limited adventure. It was very interesting seeing Ann Sheridan even in such an early minor role. Classic film fans will get a lot out of this, but anyone else will throw in the towel even before the 65 minute running time concludes.
Gary W. Tooze
Lions Gate Home Entertainment
Carl Davis, DVD Talk
[Fighting] ...a nice assortment of bonus content...Recommended for western lovers...