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Bulldog Courage

USA 1935
produced by
Sigmund Neufeld, Leslie Simmonds for Puritan
directed by Sam Newfield
starring Tim McCoy, Joan Woodbury, Paul Fix, Eddie Buzard, John Cowell, Karl Hackett, John Elliott, Edmund Cobb, Edward Hearn, Jack Rockwell, Jack Mower, Ralph Bucko, Ed Cassidy, Frank Ellis, Herman Hack, Art Mix, Bud Osborne, George Morrell, Rose Plumer, Blackjack Ward
written by Frank Guihan, Joseph O'Donnel

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Slim Braddock (Tim MCCoy) was cheated out of his mine by local banker and landgrabber Williams (Karl Hackett) - which is why he holds up all of Williams' gold shipments, but never kills anyone and never steals anything other than what is rightfully his. Eventually though, a posse catches up with him and shoots him, and he lives just long enough to tell his son Tim (Eddie Buzard) to keep on the fight.

Years have passed, and Tim Braddock (now played by Tim McCoy) hits town again, just in time to witness a trial in which Williams tries to get his hands on the mine of Brennan (John Cowell) - the judge (John Elliott) however decides to wait another day, as Brennan awaits a considerable sum of money to come with the next stage which would enable him to pay his debts to Williams - which is why Williams sends out his gang to hold up the stage. Tim however quickly decides to hold up those who have held up the stage, and he delivers the money to Brennan after all.

Later, Williams sends over his cronies Jepson (Edmund Cobb) and Stanley (Jack Mower) over to buy Brennan out, but since only they know about a rich ore found in the mine, they offer way too less money. That deal however is spoiled by Braddock, who somehow sees through their scheme.

Then Braddock sends over explosives expert Bailey (Paul Fix), however, Tim, posing as one of Williams' henchmen, manages to lure Bailey into a trap, then he poses as Bailey in front of a Williams henchman, messing up the whole thing for Williams but good.

The finale has Williams, Bailey and Tim trapped in the mine that is about to be blown up by Jepson - and Williams starts to panic and runs right into the explosion, while Tim figures a safe way out for him and Bailey, then he takes care of Jepson.


There is no doubt that this film was hot on the cheap, but extensive use of mine sets - while not always looking wholly convincing - does lend Bulldog Courage a rather unusual atmosphere only rarely found in a B-Western. Add to this an interesting and rather intelligent script and Tim McCoy on top of his game and you've got quite an entertaining piece of Western of the low budget variety.


review © by Mike Haberfelner


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