Bury Me Not On The Lone Prairie

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  • Approved
  • 1941
  • 1 hr 1 min
  • 5.5  (81)

Bury Me Not On The Lone Prairie is a classic Western film released in 1941, directed by the renowned Ray Taylor. The film stars Johnny Mack Brown as Tom, a cowboy who is forced to join a gang of outlaws after he is wrongly accused of a crime. Alongside Brown, the film also features Fuzzy Knight as his sidekick and Nell O'Day as his love interest.

The movie begins with Tom and his friend Fuzzy traveling through the prairie when they witness a stagecoach robbery. Noticing that the robbers are wearing similar hats to his own, Tom is suspected to be one of the robbers and is forced to flee the scene. In an attempt to clear his name, Tom decides to investigate the real culprits behind the robbery. However, his efforts land him in more trouble as he ends up being mistaken for an outlaw named Blackie, who was recently killed in a shootout.

Tom is captured by the gang of outlaws, led by the ruthless Indian Joe (played by Dick Curtis), who force him to join them. In his attempt to escape, Tom discovers that it was Indian Joe and his gang who were responsible for the stagecoach robbery. With the help of Fuzzy and his new love interest, Sally (played by Nell O'Day), Tom sets out to bring the gang to justice and clear his name.

The film is packed with thrilling gunfights, chases on horseback, and tense showdowns between the good guys and the bad guys. It also features some great performances from its lead actors, especially Johnny Mack Brown, who delivers a convincing portrayal of a cowboy in peril.

Bury Me Not On The Lone Prairie is a classic example of a fast-paced, action-packed Western movie that was popular during the mid-20th century. It brings to life the Wild West through its stunning cinematography, picturesque landscapes, and realistic portrayal of cowboy culture.

Overall, if you are a fan of classic Western films, Bury Me Not On The Lone Prairie is definitely worth a watch. It has all the elements that make a great Western movie - a clear divide between good and evil, daring stunts, and a satisfying conclusion. Johnny Mack Brown's portrayal of Tom, the cowboy in trouble, is sure to leave you rooting for him until the very end.

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    1 hr 1 min
  • IMDB Rating
    5.5  (81)