Classic Singing Westerns: Bob Baker Four Features
Four B-westerns from the 1930’s with plenty of singin’!
The Last Stand
Black Bandit – In Black Bandit, twin brothers separated at birth chose opposites sides of the law. Bob is the Sheriff and Don is the Outlaw and when Don strikes his twin is falsely arrested.
1938 | 58 min | B&W | 1.33:1/4×3 | Dolby Digital | All Region | NR
Border Wolves – In Border Wolves, an outlaw gang attacks a covered wagon and a young Rusty Reynolds (Bob Baker) is accused of the crime. Rusty vows to track down the real culprits.
1938 | 55 min | B&W | 1.33:1/4×3 | Dolby Digital | All Region | NR
Guilty Trails – In Guilty Trails, a crooked banker fakes a holdup, and in the ensuing chase and gunfight kills the man he setup as the suspect in the robbery.
1938 | 57 min | B&W | 1.33:1/4×3 | Dolby Digital | All Region | NR
The Last Stand – In The Last Stand, the star gets to show off his athletic prowess as well as his singing skills. Tip Douglas is sent after cattle rustlers, the same rustlers that murdered his father. Posing as a notorious outlaw, he is able to join the gang. Learning that the gang’s boss Thorn Evans killed his father, he and sidekick Pepper set a trap when he learns of their next raid.
1938 | 56 min | B&W | 1.33:1/4×3 | Dolby Digital | All Region | NR
Black Bandit – Bob Baker, Marjorie Reynolds, Glenn Strange, Jack Rockwell
Border Wolves – Bob Baker, Constance Moore, Fuzzy Knight, Dickie Jones, Ed Cassidy
Guilty Trails – Bob Baker, Marjorie Reynolds, Wally Wales, Georgia O’Dell, Jack Rockwell, Carleton Young
The Last Stand – Bob Baker, Marjorie Reynolds, Wally Wales, Georgia O’Dell, Jack Rockwell, Carleton YoungDirected by
Black Bandit – George Waggner
Border Wolves – Joseph H. Lewis
Guilty Trails – George Waggner
The Last Stand – Joseph H. Lewis