Gunman From Bodie
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Gunman From Bodie
Veteran action and western director Spencer G. Bennet certainly opens this the second of Monogram's eight "Rough Riders" oaters on a suspenseful and unusual note. On a dark and stormy night, a lone rider enters a secluded and seemingly vacant ranch house to find the slain bodies of the occupants and a hastily scribbled note bearing the legend: "Rustlers did this. I recognized Bill Cook with them. Take care of my baby. Mary Gibbs." Although the remainder of The Gunman from Bodie doesn't quite measure up to this suspenseful and evocative opening sequence, it is still… More

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"This so-so Ranger episode involves killer rustlers who are land-grabbers and has the three marshals appearing to be strangers, as one goes undercover to infiltrate the gang."
‑ Dennis Schwartz, Ozus' World Movie Reviews
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