Jack Manning (Tim McCoy) arrives in a midwestern town from Gold Creek in Califonia. He brings a message from Goerge Woods (Francis Ford) to his brother Tom Woods (Francis Ford), in a dual ... See full summary »

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Jack Manning
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Mary Woods
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Bill Williams
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George Woods / Tom Woods
Wilbur McGaugh ...
Rance Carter
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Henchman Bull McGee
Charles F. Royal ...
Uncle Amos (as Charles Royal)
Dynamite the Dog ...
Pal - Jack's Dog
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Jack Manning (Tim McCoy) arrives in a midwestern town from Gold Creek in Califonia. He brings a message from Goerge Woods (Francis Ford) to his brother Tom Woods (Francis Ford), in a dual role, and niece Mary (Allene Ray, informing them he has struck gold and asking them to join him in California via a wagon train. Jack and Mary fall in love to the great displeasure of Rance Carter (Wilbur McGaugh) who has a yen for Mary himself. Jack and Mary not only have to be wary of Carter's crooked ways and machinations, but also of Indian uprisings, caused by Carter. Written by Les Adams <longhorn1939@suddenlink.net>

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Western

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10 October 1930 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Die Indianer kommen  »

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Budget:

$160,000 (estimated)

Gross:

$1,000,000 (USA)
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(Western Electric Sound System)

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1.20 : 1
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Released in a full talkie version and also a silent version for theaters not yet equipped for sound. See more »

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"The First All-Talking Universal Serial"
6 October 2002 | by (New Jersey) – See all my reviews

Quite popular back in 1930, it is a now a very dated curio. Some of the acting is so melodramatic that it provokes laughter. The camerawork is impressive ( especially for a serial ). However, most people will have to put up with a lot of nonsense in order to enjoy this one. We did like Pal the dog though.


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