Law of the Badlands
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Law of the Badlands
Western star Tim Holt and director Lesley Selander continued their collaboration with Law of the Badlands. Holt and his cohort Chico Rafferty (Richard Martin) are lawmen who pose as desperadoes. The plan is to infiltrate a vicious gang of counterfeiters who've been flooding the frontier with funny money. But when Holt's former girl friend Joan Dixon shows up in town, the jig is up. Law of the Badlands was the least expensive Tim Holt western since the mid-1940s, but thanks to postwar inflation the film lost money--as did most of Holt's subsequent RKO B pictures.

Critic Reviews from Rotten Tomatoes

"Its story was so worn and familiar, that it seemed like the actors were just going through the motions."
‑ Dennis Schwartz, Ozus' World Movie Reviews
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