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Cheyenne Rides Again (1937)

Approved | | Romance, Western | 1 January 1937 (USA)
A lawman poses as an outlaw, steals $10,000 from a cattle thief, then promises to return the money if he can join the gang--while finding a way to expose them.

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Carmen Laroux ...
Panela (as Carmen LaRoux)
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Girard
Jimmie Fox ...
Dopey Andrews
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Mack - Henchman
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Ed Gleason
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Rollins (as Ted Lorch)
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A lawman poses as an outlaw, steals $10,000 from a cattle thief, then promises to return the money if he can join the gang--while finding a way to expose them. Written by frankfob2@yahoo.com

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outlaw | rustler | cattle | lawman | trail | See All (50) »

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THUNDERING THRILLS WITH THIS BLAZING ACTION STAR! (original poster in all upper-case letters)) See more »

Genres:

Romance | Western

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Approved
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Release Date:

1 January 1937 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Der geheimnisvolle Bandit  »

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Budget:

$6,000 (estimated)
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1.37 : 1
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Tom Tyler later played Kharis the Mummy in The Mummy's Hand (1940). For the following three sequels he was replaced in the role by Lon Chaney Jr., who plays a villain here. See more »

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Tom Tyler and Lon Chaney
22 January 2014 | by (Youngstown,Ohio) – See all my reviews

At 56 minutes, "Cheyenne Rides Again" moves at breakneck speed, introducing Tom Tyler's 'Cheyenne Tommy' Wade character, which he would repeat four more times. Victory Pictures was producer Sam Katzman and director Bob Hill, previously responsible for the Bela Lugosi serial "Shadow of Chinatown," lasting four years turning out a succession of Westerns. Tyler was a popular star in lower budgeted oaters, and did play a memorable villain opposite John Wayne in John Ford's "Stagecoach," but here is opposed by Lon Chaney Jr., interestingly the very actor who replaced Tyler as Kharis the Mummy in Universal's 'Mummy' series of the 1940s. We begin with Cheyenne on the run from a sheriff's posse, a cattle detective posing as an outlaw to bring the cattle rustling gang out into the open. Chaney's Girard is, as usual, the main henchman, but quickly learns the truth about Cheyenne, and enjoys far more screen time than his employer. Despite the ads billing him under his real name, 'Creighton Chaney,' he is indeed listed on screen as 'Lon Chaney Jr.' (his last billing as 'Creighton' was in 1935, the 'Jr.' finally dropped by Universal in 1941).


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