Cinema: The Texas Rangers

The Texas Rangers (Paramount) represents Hollywood's most determined effort to date to capitalize that glorious period of a State in the making, of which the amusement possibilities have already been so strikingly demonstrated by Showman Billy Rose and his Fort Worth Nude Ranch.

Desperadoes Wahoo (Jack Oakie) and Jim (Fred MacMurray), separated from their leader Sam McGee (Lloyd Nolan) by a sheriff's posse, join the legendary Lone Star police force to facilitate their operations as cattle thieves. It has an opposite effect. After a brush with the redskins in which Wahoo is wounded...

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