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The Night Rider (1932)

Passed | | Western | 22 August 1932 (USA)
Officer John Brown is after the outlaw known as the Night Rider. Posing as Jim Blake he takes a job on the Rogers ranch. He finds the secret passage from the Rogers mine to the Rogers house... See full summary »

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(as Fred Newmeyer), (uncredited)

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(story and scenario) (as Harry P. Crist)
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John Brown posing as Jim Blake
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Barbara Rogers
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Altoonie (as George F. Hayes)
Julian Rivero ...
Manuel Alonzo Valdez
J. Carlton Wetherby ...
Dan Rogers (as Jack Weatherby)
Nadja ...
Saloon Dancer Tula
Tom London ...
Jeff Barton
Walter Shumway ...
Sheriff Lynn Ricker
Bob Kortman ...
Henchman Steve
Cliff Lyons ...
Bert Logan
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Officer John Brown is after the outlaw known as the Night Rider. Posing as Jim Blake he takes a job on the Rogers ranch. He finds the secret passage from the Rogers mine to the Rogers house used by the Night Rider and also a note written by the Night Rider to his henchmen. Practicing his hand writing, he has a plan to trap him. Written by Maurice VanAuken <mvanauken@a1access.net>

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ranch | outlaw | sheriff | rancher | horse | See All (6) »

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Western

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Passed
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22 August 1932 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Bandoleiro da Noite  »

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1.37 : 1
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Remade as Desert Phantom (1936) See more »

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Altoony, Pennsylvania
4 April 2003 | by (New York City) – See all my reviews

Funny little B Western has Harry Carey teaming up with Gabby Hayes and Julian Rivero in pursuit of the mysterious Night Rider. Carey is as funny and personable as he has ever been, and Hayes actually gets some funny bits. Director Newmeyer, long a stalwart of Harold Lloyd's team, does the material more than justice. Recommended.


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