Headin' For The Rio Grande

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  • Passed
  • 2010
  • 59 min
  • 5.7  (56)

In the classic western film, "Headin' For The Rio Grande," Tex Ritter stars as Tex Masters, a cowboy on the hunt for a notorious gang of robbers harassing local ranchers. The film is directed by Robert N. Bradbury and produced by Grand National Pictures. As the opening credits roll, the audience is treated to sweeping views of the dusty plains of the Old West, accompanied by a rousing musical score. The film quickly sets up the central conflict, as Tex Masters meets with a group of ranchers who are being driven to bankruptcy by a gang of ruthless robbers.

Tex sets out on his mission to stop the robbers, which soon leads him on a dangerous journey across the rugged landscape of the West. Assisting him on his quest is his trusty steed, White Flash, a beautiful stallion with a distinctive white coat. Along the way, they encounter all manner of obstacles, from treacherous terrain to cunning outlaws determined to stop them at every turn.

One of the most memorable scenes in the film comes early on, as Tex and his posse engage in a thrilling horse chase across the plains. The scene is expertly shot and edited, with plenty of POV shots from the perspective of both the riders and the horses themselves.

As the film progresses, we learn more about the robbers themselves, who are led by a mysterious figure known only as "The Phantom." The Phantom is a shadowy figure with a reputation for solving problems with violence, and the ranchers of the West live in fear of him.

Despite the danger, Tex Masters is determined to bring the Phantom and his gang to justice. Along the way, he forms a bond with one of the ranchers' daughters, a beautiful young woman named Ellen (played by Rita Cansino). Ellen is tough and resourceful, and proves to be a valuable ally in Tex's fight against the robbers.

Along with the thrilling action sequences, "Headin' For The Rio Grande" also features some standout musical performances by Tex Ritter himself. Ritter was a talented singer and songwriter, and his music adds an extra layer of emotion and drama to the film. One particularly memorable moment comes in the film's climax, as Ritter delivers a stirring rendition of the classic cowboy ballad "Blood on the Saddle."

Overall, "Headin' For The Rio Grande" is a thrilling and entertaining Western that will appeal to fans of the genre. Tex Ritter delivers a strong performance as the film's hero, and the supporting cast provides plenty of colorful characters and memorable moments. Whether you're a die-hard Western fan or just looking for a fun, action-packed movie, "Headin' For The Rio Grande" is definitely worth checking out.

Headin' For The Rio Grande is a 2010 western with a runtime of 59 minutes. It has received moderate reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 5.7.

Headin' For The Rio Grande
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    5.7  (56)