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Everyman's Law (1936)

 -  Western  -  10 June 1936 (USA)
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Jim Morgan, in cahoots with the Sheriff, hires three wanted gunmen Dog Town Kid, Gibbs, and Pike and makes them Deputies. He wants them to kick the homesteaders off their land. The Kid then... See full summary »

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Johnny- aka The Dog Town Kid
Beth Marion ...
Marian Henley
Frank Campeau ...
Tinker Gibbs
Roger Gray ...
Lobo Joe
John Beck ...
Ramrod Pike
Lloyd Ingraham ...
Jim Morgan
Horace Murphy ...
Sheriff Chris Bradley
Richard Alexander ...
Barber (as Dick Alexander)
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Jim Morgan, in cahoots with the Sheriff, hires three wanted gunmen Dog Town Kid, Gibbs, and Pike and makes them Deputies. He wants them to kick the homesteaders off their land. The Kid then arrests the outlaw Lobo Joe. When the three fail him, Morgan turns to Lobo Joe with disastrous results. Written by Maurice VanAuken <mvanauken@a1access.net>

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