Verdugo finds a young boy on the desert and raises him as his son. Now a grown man, Dan is framed for a stagecoach robbery by Brent, the same man that shot his father and tried to take him and his mother away twenty years earlier.

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Josie Sedgwick ...
Mary Clayton, aka Shotgun Mary
Carmen Laroux ...
Anita Verdugo (as Carmen LaRoux)
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Don Manuel Verdugo
Robert Homans ...
John Clayton, aka Silent Jack Clay
Henry Roquemore ...
Salesman Stage Passenger
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A young boy, Dan Clayton, stranded on the desert by kidnappers led by Ray Brent, is found by Manuel Verdugo who takes him and raises him as his own son. The grown-Dan begins the search for his parents and the man who wounded his father many years ago and tried to take Dan and his mother away. The trail takes him to Oklahoma. Written by Les Adams <longhorn1939@suddenlink.net>

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Fast Action! Hard Riding! (original poster)


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17 July 1932 (USA)  »

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Oro en el desierto  »

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(RCA Photophone Recording)

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1.37 : 1
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The Brief Theme Tune is Beautiful!
1 January 2001 | by (Eugene, Oregon, US) – See all my reviews

What starts in prevarication and confusion: goes through the trials and ends happily for all -- except the bad guy! The film's score, though brief, is enchanting. A worthy period Western with great original sound, very good photography, only three years into talking films. Restoration & preservation is in order, if not already done.


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