Law of the Saddle

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  • 2009
  • 57 min
  • 6.4  (23)

Law of the Saddle is an American western film from 1943, directed by S. Roy Luby and starring Robert Livingston, Al St. John, and Betty Miles. The movie revolves around a heroic outlaw named Lone Rider, played by Robert Livingston, who sets out to bring justice to a mining town run by corrupt officials. The plot of the movie starts with Lone Rider arriving in a secluded mining town where he soon learns of the dire situation. The town is being controlled by a group of corrupt officials who are exploiting the locals for their own gain. Lone Rider quickly takes it upon himself to stand up for the people of the town and put an end to the corruption.

The first person Lone Rider encounters in the town is Betty Miles' character, Sally Dawson, who is the daughter of the local sheriff. Sally is immediately attracted to Lone Rider's bravery and charm, and the two begin to develop a romantic relationship throughout the course of the movie.

Soon, Lone Rider discovers that the corrupt officials in town include the Sheriff, his deputy, and a local businessman who is illegally profiting from the mines. With the help of Al St. John's character, a loyal sidekick named Fuzzy Q. Jones, Lone Rider sets out to gather evidence against the corrupt officials and bring them to justice.

As Lone Rider and Fuzzy plan their strategy, they are confronted by a group of hired guns who are working for the corrupt officials. The two outlaws engage in several thrilling shootouts, which showcase the impressive stunt work and action sequences that were common in westerns of this era.

Throughout the movie, Lone Rider also develops a strong bond with the local Native American community, who provide him with valuable assistance in his quest to bring justice to the town. Together, Lone Rider and the Native Americans launch a daring raid on the corrupt officials' headquarters, resulting in a final showdown between good and evil that is both exciting and satisfying.

Overall, Law of the Saddle is a classic western movie that delivers all the action, romance, and adventure that fans of the genre have come to love. With impressive performances from Robert Livingston, Al St. John, and Betty Miles, as well as thrilling action sequences and a satisfying conclusion, it is a must-see for fans of western movies and anyone looking for exciting entertainment.

Law of the Saddle is a 2009 western with a runtime of 57 minutes. It has received moderate reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 6.4.

Law of the Saddle
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    57 min
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    6.4  (23)