|Director||H.W. Kier Norman Sheldon|
|Writers||Norman Sheldon (screenplay) (as Norman Sheldo)
|Cast||Walt Wayne Lee Morgan Mary Nord Steve Raines Henry Garcia LeRoy Fisher Frank Savage Charles Clark Frank Miller Alvin Franke Chester Scott Jr. Ray Young Jerry O'Dell|
|Plot||Filmed in the San Antonio area by H. W. Kier's regional Gulf Coast Productions and one of the few Gulf Coast films that managed to be shown outside Gulf Coast's normal territory of Texas and the southeastern states of the United States. Since it is possibly the worse acted, written and directed B-western since the 1930's offerings from Victor Adamson (Denver Dixon) and/or those from Robert J. Horner, its escape may mean that the Astor Pictures Distributing Company ran out of re-issue films. Kids playing cowboy in the back yards of Patterson, New Jersey achieved more realism than this film has: Rancher Steve Patterson is paroled after taking a rap for his friend-turned-rustler Drago. Drago talks Steve into giving he and his henchman a hideout, and they proceed to rustle cattle from Steve's rancher friend Walt Hilton, and the trail leads back to Steve.... search for Border Fence on IMDb|
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