“Fugitive Valley” is a 1941 American Western film directed by S. Roy Luby and produced by Monogram Pictures. The movie tells the story of a group of ranchers who are being threatened by a gang of outlaws who are trying to take over their land. When the ranchers refuse to sell their property, the gang resorts to violence and intimidation to force them to comply.
The main character, Stony Brooke (played by Robert Livingston), is a former lawman who has retired to become a rancher. Stony and his two friends, Tucson Smith (played by Ray “Crash” Corrigan) and Lullaby Joslin (played by Max Terhune), team up with the other ranchers to fight against the outlaws. Along the way, they rescue a woman named Janet (played by Louise Currie), who is being held captive by the gang.
The outlaws are led by a man named Stark (played by Kenneth MacDonald), who is determined to take over the valley at any cost. As the conflict between the ranchers and the outlaws intensifies, Stony and his friends use their wits and skills to outsmart the gang and protect the valley from their schemes.
In the end, the ranchers are able to defeat the outlaws and restore peace to the valley. Stony and his friends are hailed as heroes, and Stony is offered a job as the new sheriff of the town. The movie ends with Stony and his friends riding off into the sunset, ready for their next adventure.
S. Roy Luby
Oliver Drake, John Vlahos, Robert Finkle
Ray Corrigan, John ‘Dusty’ King, Max Terhune