|Writers||Sam Robins (story and screenplay)
|Cast||Johnny Mack Brown Bob Baker Fuzzy Knight Anne Gwynne Bill Cody Jr. Norman Willis Earle Hodgins Roy Barcroft Lafe McKee Lloyd Ingraham Buck Moulton Mira McKinney Texas Jim Lewis and His Lone Star Cowboys|
|Plot||Buck arrives in the town where his outlaw twin brother Gil Brady is also located. Benson is after the Todhunter ranch and he has his henchman kill Todhunter. Then he claims Buck is actually Brady and he is the murderer. Buck is saved from the lynch mob by his friend Spud and must now find a way to prove Benson guilty.... see Bad Man from Red Butte on IMDb|
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|Former All-American halfback, Johnny Mack Brown, was consistently one of Hollywood's Top 10 big-screen cowboys. During his film career, which ran from 1930 until he retired in 1953, he starred in over 200 B-Westerns and became a hero to millions of admiring fans. In the first film of this rip roarin' double feature, Bad Man From Red Butte (1940), Johnny Mack plays a dual role. He rides into town with his two sidekicks (Bob Baker and Fuzzy Knight) to offer aid to an old friend who is about to lose his ranch to a couple of conniving outlaws. In Rawhide Rangers (1941) Johnny Mack Brown is a Ranger who goes undercover to route out the man responsible for extorting money from the local ranchers and discovers that this is the same person that killed his brother. A satisfying blend of western action, music and comedy relief! Bonus Features: Bonus - Chapter #1 of Johnny Mack's Universal serial "Wild West Days" (1937)| Previews of other VCI Western Classics| Scene Selection| Bios. Specs: DVD9; Dolby Digital Mono; 114 minutes; B&W; 1.33:1 Aspect Ratio; MPAA - NR; Year - 1943-1941; SRP - $19.99.|
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