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.
BAD MAN FROM RED BUTTE: In the first film of this rip roarin’ double feature 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.
RT: 58 min, B&W, 1.33:1, NR, 1940
RAWHIDE RANGERS: 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!
RT: 56 min, B&W, 1.33:1, NR, 1941
BAD MAN FROM RED BUTTE: Johnny Mack Brown, Anne Gwynne,
Bob Baker, Fuzzy Knight,
Norman Willis, Lafe McKee, Bill Cody Jr.
RAWHIDE RANGERS: Johnny Mack Brown, Fuzzy Knight,
Nell O’Day, Kathryn Adams, Riley Hill
Aspect Ratio 1.33:1