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The Devil's Saddle Legion (1937)

Passed | | Western | 14 August 1937 (USA)
Tal is in a lot of trouble. Seems that his father has been murdered while he was in Montana and they put the blame on him. Also, he has been framed and sentenced to 10 years hard labor for ... See full summary »

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Tal Holladay (as Dick Foran the Singing Cowboy)
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Karan Ordley
Smoke ...
Smoke, Tal's Horse (as Smoke the Wonder Horse)
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Hub Ordley
Gordon Hart ...
John Ordley
Ernie Stanton ...
Reggie
Max Hoffman Jr. ...
Butch
Jeff York ...
Chris Madden (as Granville Owen)
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Pewee (as Glen Strange)
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Chip Carter
John 'Skins' Miller ...
Spooks Wilkins
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Judge Barko
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Slats Dawson
Milton Kibbee ...
Spane (as Mil Kibbee)
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Red Frayne
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Tal is in a lot of trouble. Seems that his father has been murdered while he was in Montana and they put the blame on him. Also, he has been framed and sentenced to 10 years hard labor for another murder which he did not do. The crooks need convict labor to build the dam so they convict innocent people for a pool of cheap labor. But Karan believes that Tal, using the name Smith J. Brown, could not be a killer. Unknown to her, her step brother, Hub, is part of the gang. Written by Tony Fontana <tony.fontana@spacebbs.com>

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Watch quick-thinking Dick Foran match bullets with T-N-T as he blasts his way to his most dangerous adventure! (original ad) See more »

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14 August 1937 (USA)  »

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Jahači smrti  »

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Film debut of Willard Parker. See more »

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God's Country
(uncredited)
Music by Harold Arlen
Lyrics by E.Y. Harburg
Sung by Dick Foran after the prison break
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