- Rated: Not Rated
- Run Time: 54 minutes
- Video: Color
- Released: March 1, 2011
- Originally Released: 1952
- Label: Sony Pictures Home
- Encoding: Region 0 (Worldwide)
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Description by OLDIES.com:
In this entry from the Durango Kid western series, Steve Holden (Charles Starrett in his usual dual role) takes on the age-old Indian War-for-profit scheme of a group of gold miners. When the bad guys discover gold on an Indian reservation, they'll stop at nothing to get their hands on it, even dressing up to attack the local Army Post and its supply wagons. Directed by Durango series vet Ray Nazarro, and featuring Smiley Burnette (of course!), Jack Mahoney, (better known as "Jock" Mahoney) and Columbia director Fred F. Sears in a major role as Major Markham. Newly remastered.
Charles Starrett is back as The Durango Kid in LARAMIE MOUNTAINS. The villains this time are a group of white outlaws who disguise themselves as Indians to stage raids on various U.S. army posts. Their plan is to foment an all-out war for their own profit. Government agent Steve Holden (Starrett) intends to put a stop to the criminal's activities; when all else fails, he adopts the disguise of the Durango Kid to operate outside the Law. Jack (later Jock) Mahoney, who'd been playing supporting roles and performing stunts in previous Durango Kid outings, contributes a strong characterization in LARAMIE MOUNTAINS as Swift Eagle, a white man adopted by Indians. One of the heavies is played by Fred Sears, taking time out from his directorial duties on the Starrett series.
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