The Man from Texas
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The Man from Texas
The Man From Texas adhered strictly (and profitably) to the formula established in Monogram's previous Tex Ritter westerns. In this one, Ritter (or, as he is known in the film, Tex Allen), tries to reform an outlaw known as The Shooting Kid (Charles B. Wood). Alas, the Kid joins up with a crooked rancher who's been trying to squeeze out his neighbors so that he may profit from the incoming railroad. Tex himself joins the villain's henchmen, never letting on that he's really an undercover railroad detective. The climax finds the Kid switching over to the Good Guys, whereupon Tex… More