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The Mine with the Iron Door (1936)

Approved | | Adventure, Mystery, Romance | 6 May 1936 (USA)
Having acquired the controlling interest in the Eureka Discovery Corporation for five-hundred dollars, and selling half of it to a detective for two-hundred dollars, Bob Harvey ('Richard ... See full summary »

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David Burton
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Having acquired the controlling interest in the Eureka Discovery Corporation for five-hundred dollars, and selling half of it to a detective for two-hundred dollars, Bob Harvey ('Richard Arlen' )qv)) sets off with his new partner to find the buried treasure of San Capello---with very strange consequences. Written by Les Adams <longhorn1939@suddenlink.net>

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ROARING OUT OF THE GOLDEN WEST! (original lobby card - all caps) See more »


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Dull and boring
26 February 2012 | by See all my reviews

Set mainly in Arizona, this is a story of searching for a legendary horde of gold. The protagonist attempts to follow the few clues available, such as an arrow carved in a rock. While doing so, he become romantically involved with a young woman who lives in the desert.

The makers of this low-budget film failed to generate any excitement, tension, mood, or suspense, and there is no character development. The attempts at humor are very feeble.

"Mediocre" would be a good word to describe the directing, editing, and cinematography.

I'm pretty sure the novel must be much more enjoyable.


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