Down Rio Grande Way

Down Rio Grande Way (1942)

Slightly more elaborate than most Charles Starrett westerns, Down Rio Grande Way is set in the mid-19th century, when the Republic of Texas was poised to join the Union. Starrett plays Texas Ranger Steve Martin (!), who is dispatched to a "renegade" Texas country that refuses to become part of the good old USA. He discovers that the crux of the problem is a local tax collector (Norman Willis) who, with the help of a crooked newspaper editor (Davision Clark), is systematically robbing the citizens of their hard-earned cash, all the while fomenting anti-American sentiments. Britt Wood takes over from Cliff Edwards as Starrett's comical sidekick, while band singer Rose Ann Stevens makes an impressive acting debut as the heroine.

Writing:
  • Paul Franklin
Directing:
  • William Berke
  • Views: 2
  • Release Date: 1942-04-23
  • Language: English
  • Country: US
  • Runtime: 57

Jim Corey

Henchman Lobo

Edward Peil Sr.

Commissioner Adams

Edmund Cobb

Henchman Stoner

Charles Starrett

Steve Martin

Russell Hayden

'Lucky' Haines

Britt Wood

Britt Haines

Norman Willis

Mack Vandall

Davison Clark

Colonel Elihu Baldridge

Budd Buster

Clem Kearney

Paul Newlan

Sam Houston

Steve Clark

Ranger Captain

Herman Hack

Storekeeper

Kermit Maynard

Posse Rider

Art Mix

Henchman

Forrest Taylor

Commissioner Harvey
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