The Lash (1930) Frank Lloyd, Richard Barthelmess, Mary Astor, Fred Kohler, Western

The Lash (1930)
In this western adventure, set in California just after the Spanish-American War, a Mexican rancher becomes a populist avenger battling injustice and corruption. Among his targets is the wicked gringo land commissioner. He also preserves the honor of a beautiful senorita. In addition to fighting for good, he must also deliver his cattle to the bad-guy American bureaucrat. He does so by stampeding them into his office.

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Also known as: Der Flüchtling, O Chicote, Sin patria, Adios, La sferzata

File Name : The Lash.avi
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Resolution : 640×480
Duration : 01:16:36
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Quality: TVRip
Language: English
Genre: Western

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