Streets of Laredo

Streets of Laredo

Director: Leslie Fenton Cast: William Holden, William Bendix, MacDonald Carey

VHS (EP)

Overview

Streets of Laredo is a streamlined and Technicolorful remake of Paramount's 1936 box-office champ The Texas Rangers. William Holden, William Bendix and MacDonald Carey star as roguish outlaws Jim Dawkins, Wahoo Jones and Lorn Remming. After rescuing a little girl named Rannie Carter from a wicked tax collector, Dawkins and Jones decide to switch to the right side of the law; Remming, however, has other ideas. Years later, Rennie has grown up quite prettily into Mona Freeman, while Jim and Wahoo have become scrupulous members of the newly-formed Texas Rangers. Jim is in love with Rennie, but she has eyes for the still-crooked Lorn -- at least until Lorn proves to be the louse that the audience knew he was from the first reel. Streets of Laredo meticulously recreates the most famous scene from Texas Rangers, wherein one of the film's more sympathetic characters is abruptly shot to death from under a table; the scene still works, though it packed a bigger wallop in the original. Alfonso Bedoya, the "I don't have to show you any stinking badges" bandit from Treasure of the Sierra Madre, is appropriately menacing as the tax collector.

Product Details

Release Date: 06/30/1997
UPC: 0032621152936
Original Release: 1949
Rating: NR
Source: CABIN FEVER

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
William Holden Jim Dawkins
William Bendix Wahoo Jones
MacDonald Carey Lorn Reming
Mona Freeman Rannie Carter
Stanley Ridges Maj. Bailey
Alfonso Bedoya Charley Calico
Ray Teal Cantrel
Clem Bevans Pop Lint
James Bell Ike
Dick Foote Pipes
Joe Dominguez Francisco
Grandon Rhodes Phil Jessup
Perry Ivins Mayor Towson
Carl Andre Actor
Wade Crosby Bartender
James Davies Actor
Byron Foulger Artist
William Hamel Townsman
Bob Kortman Ranger
Mike Lally Actor
Margarita Martin Maria
Joaquin Elizondo Mexican
Hank Worden Cowhand

Technical Credits
Leslie Fenton Director
Henry Bumstead Art Director
Sam Comer Set Decoration/Design
Francisco Day Asst. Director
Mary Kay Dodson Costumes/Costume Designer
Hans Dreier Art Director
Ray Evans Songwriter
Robert M. Fellows Producer
Bertram Granger Set Decoration/Design
Elizabeth Hill Original Story
Harry Lindgren Sound/Sound Designer
Jay Livingston Songwriter
Archie Marshek Editor
Walter Oberst Sound/Sound Designer
Roland Ray Makeup
Ray Rennahan Cinematographer
Carl Silvera Makeup
Charles Marquis Warren Screenwriter
Wally Westmore Makeup
Victor Young Score Composer,Musical Direction/Supervision

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