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Gunfire Reformed outlaw Frank James is living quietly in Greede, Colorado as a respected member of the community. A former member of the old James gang, who has teamed up with Charlie and Bob Ford tries to talk him back into the gang, but Frank declines. After Sheriff John Kelly kills Bob, Charlie joins up with a gang led by Bat Fenton, who is an exact double for Frank, and they begin a siege of lawlessness that Frank is blamed for.

STARS: Don 'Red' Barry, Robert Lowery, Wally Vernon

59 min | Western | 1950 | Color


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Not the worse Frank James story and worth watching.
Yesterday I commented another William Berke's film, also starring Don Barry and Robert Lowery and speaking of Billy the Kid. Here, the same crew and talking this time about Frank James. Same quality of both pictures, short, fast paced, not that bad for such B westerns. William Berke was a chain film maker, able to shoot five movies - even more - a year, as Edward L Cahn or Sam Newfield. It has to be watched a a B western and never compare it with other movies also telling the story of Jesse James' brother. This is not the worse and deserves to be seen for gem diggers. William Berke is a director whose movies are numerous to be still available. Of course it is not said that Frank James became the President Theodore Roosevelt's bodyguard in real life.....

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