A cowboy turned gold miner fights a gang that buys miner's claims and then murders them.



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Complete credited cast:
Marion Sellers
Matthew Betz ...
Henchman Childress
Jeff Sellers
Elmer Sigmuller (as Jack Clifford)
Henchman Without Mustache (as Robert Kortman)
Jack Byron ...
Henchman With Mustache
Dynamite the Horse ...


Cramer is working the gold fields by buying up a miner's claim and then having his men kill the miner and retrieve both the money and his gold. His latest victim is Jack Tarrant's partner Sellers. Jack suspects Cramer is behind the killings and he has a plan that will catch him and his men in the act. Written by Maurice VanAuken <mvanauken@a1access.net>

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Release Date:

5 October 1932 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

The Valley of Gold  »

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1.37 : 1
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Interesting western, mostly for its historical value.
12 March 2014 | by (S. Paulo, Brazil) – See all my reviews

To appreciate this film you must go back to the past, when there was no TV and you would go to an enormous movie theater. To see a routine western would be fun but this one has something more. First the horse Dynamite which is tamed by the cowboy Jack Tarrant (Jack Hoxie), which buys it from his boss. Through the edition of the film they make Dynamite perform quite a number of funny tricks, the best one when he throws what looks like a Ford Model T down a slope. Then there is the character of Jeff Sellers (Lafe McKee). At the beginning one assumes that he is the typical Gabby Hayes old nice guy, but he shows himself quite mean and treacherous, even though he is the father of Marion, the leading lady (Alice Day). Probably to keep costs down, many important scenes take place during the night and you can barely see what is going on. Interesting western, mostly for its historical value.

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