Skinner and his gang are grabbing land from the ranchers. When they go after Kerry's ranch Ken stops them. Skinner frames Ken for rustling but the Sheriff is on Ken's side, and with the help of his brother Earl's Boy Scout troup they go after the gang.
- Stars:Ken Maynard, Dorothy Dix, Frank Coghlan Jr., Charles Stevens, Al Bridge, Harry Semels, Jim Mason, Slim Whitaker, Los Angeles Boy Scout Troop #107,
- Director:J.P. McGowan,
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(jp) wrote: This second movie is quite entertaining and prepare for the final chapter. The main character reminds me of Asuka from Tekken :)
(jp) wrote: It's pretty good and funny.
(ag) wrote: This iranian movie is one of the most entertaining film on football worldcup!!
(ca) wrote: Just a bad joke and nothing more. Pass
(ca) wrote: i love musicals and this is my favorite of all time, i know critics tend to destroy this movie but i think it's great.
(de) wrote: As always with Paradjanov, we are treated with a visual feast. No-one shoots a film quite like him. This one, however, seems like we're only seeing the occasional illustration to a much more detailed story. Perhaps knowledge of the underlying tale adds context that I found missing. I'll definitely view this more times (and perhaps do some research on the story itself).
(jp) wrote: Bernie Mac gets any bit of good out of this dog of a loosely based remake.
(jp) wrote: Very entertaining. Even when story just go all around the place.
(kr) wrote: A lounge sister is put under the witness relocation programme in a convent after witnessing her gangster boyfriend commit a murder. Her presence in the convent shakes the place up. The film is full of implausibilities for fun's sake. Whoopi Goldberg's presence makes the film fun, yet there is no denying the fact that the screenplay seems to do all it can to be as straight forward and unoriginal as possible.
(au) wrote: Born Free was a surprisingly charming and intimate portrayal of nature. The reason I believe why it was so heartwarming and inspiring in the end, was mainly due to its balanced direction: I never saw one hint of any sentimental melodrama throughout its duration - not from its music, not from its camerawork, and DEFINITELY not from its actors. Virginia McKenna and Bill Travers gave convincing, warm, and at times comedic performances as the Adamson couple, and the animals in it - most notably Elsa - were beautifully depicted with what I felt was acute realism. I could also see that with respect to its camerawork, its depiction of nature was realistic, though not too raw. There was not one single scene that depicted nature being too "red in tooth and claw", but nor did it display a saccharine-coated view of the lush African landscape. And as for the music, it had just about one of the most painstakingly nostalgic and inspiring title songs I've ever heard. In the end, its final message - that of Elsa's ultimate and intended achievement of freedom (interwoven over Joy Adamson's spoken self-realization of Elsa's freedom) - was genuinely, precisely and brilliantly charted. In my view, that was what ultimately made this a very warm family film, enjoyable to watch, and legendary to see.