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Overview

The differences between West of El Dorado and Johnny Mack Brown's previous 1949 vehicles are minimal. Once again, Brown is teamed with Max "Alibi" Terhune, comic ventriloquist extraordinaire. In this outing, Johnny and Alibi try to straighten out a hostile young boy (Teddy Infuhr) whose older brother was a notorious stagecoach bandit. When a gang of thieves try to strong-arm the kid into revealing the whereabouts of the stolen loot, Johnny and Alibi come to the rescue. There's a cursory romantic subplot involving heroine Mary (Reno Browne) and Barstow (Marshall Reed).

  1. Ray Taylor

    Director

  2. Adele Buffington

    Screenplay

Top Billed Cast

  1. Johnny Mack Brown

    Johnny Mack Brown

    Johnny Mack

  2. Max Terhune

    Max Terhune

    Alibi

  3. Reno Browne

    Reno Browne

    Mary

  4. Teddy Infuhr

    Larry Dallas

  5. Milburn Morante

    Milburn Morante

    Brimstone

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West of El Dorado
West of El Dorado

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Status Released

Release Information

  • June 4, 1949
    Theatrical

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Original Language English

Runtime 0h 58m

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