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Sunset Range

USA 1935
produced by
First Division
directed by Ray McCarey
starring Hoot Gibson, Mary Doran, James Eagles, Walter McGrail, John Elliott, Ralph Lewis, Eddie Lee, Kitty McHugh

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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When Bonnie (Mary Doran) is sent from Chicago to Arizona to run the Sunset Range by her brother Eddie (James Eagles), little does she know that Grant (Walter McGrail), her brother's gangster boss, has hidden 200.000 Dolars of loot money in her trunk ...

Cut to Arizona, where Reasonin' Bates (Hoot Gibson), notorious woman hater, can't ciome to terms with the fact that a woman - Bonnie that is - has taken over the Sunset Range, the ranch he's a foreman at & he was planning to buy with his partner Dan (John Elliott). However, Bonnie is determined to win him over, even if that means she has to cheat him out of four months' wages in gambling & has to make him a stupid cowboy outfit.

However after four months without wages, Reasonin' has grown reasonably fond of the girl, & he even agrees to take her to a dance ... but that's when Bonnie's past - actually Bonnie's brother's past - in person of Grant, who wants to get back his loot money, catches up with her.

But once he has got hte money he proves to be no longer content with it & now wants to force Bonnie & Eddie to further cooperations. Bonnie even tries to buy them both free by selling Sunset Rqange to Dan & Reasonin' & hand over the money to Grant, but to little avail, as Grant, learning the law is already on his trail, guns down Eddie & kidnaps Bonnie when the gangsters are making their getaway in 2 cars.

Fortunately Eddie was only wounded by Grant, & he can phone Reasonin', who wastes no time & forms a posse to chase the cars on horseback. & after a long chase that has Reasonin' jumping into Grant's speeding car from his horse & the car going over a cliff, with Reasonin' & Bonnie conveniently falling out to safety beforehand, it of course all ends happily.


Hoot Gibson was a big cowboy star in the silent era, but in the 1930's, when the b-Western-genre took a plunger due to the financial restraints of the depression era in general & the costly introduction of sound film equipment in particular, Hoot was relegated to do his stuff on the cheap side, & it sometimes painfully shows in this one, like in an outdoor-scene at a railway station when Gibson & Mary Doran desperately have to shout their dialogue lines in order to be audible over the whistling wind. Apart from these shortcomings, Sunset Range is a charming little b-Western with Gibson & Doran making an amusing central couple, especially with Gibson turning in his usual rather ironic & funny cowboy performance, which makes a nice change to the straight forward heroism of the likes of Harry Carey or Ken Maynard.


review © by Mike Haberfelner


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