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Lone Justice 2

Lone Justice 2 ★★½ Ned Blessing: The Story of My Life and Times 1993 (PG-13)

Laconic hero Ned Blessing (Johnson), along with Mexican sidekick Crecencio (Avalos), return to Blessing's hometown after a six-year absence and find it ruled by six-shooters and fists. The despicable Borgers clan has murdered the local sheriff (who happens to be Blessing's daddy) and rules by intimidation—until Ned gets involved. Cliched but amusing. 93m/C VHS, DVD . Brad Johnson, Luis Avalos, Wes Studi, Bill McKinney, Brenda Bakke, Julius Tennon, Richard Riehle, Gregory Scott Cummins, Rob Campbell, Rusty Schwimmer; D: Jack Bender; W: William D. Wittliff; C: Neil Roach; M: David Bell. TV

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