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The Feud of the Trail (1937)

 -  Western  -  1 March 1937 (USA)
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A man who's a dead ringer for the leader of an outlaw gang kills the gang leader, then takes his place to try to bring the gang to justice.

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Cast overview:
Tom Tyler ...
Tom Wade / Jack Granger
Harley Wood ...
Sheila Granger (as Harlene Wood)
Milburn Morante ...
Jerry McLane
Jim Corey ...
Holcomb Brother (as Jim Correy)
Richard Alexander ...
Holcomb Brother (as Dick Alexander)
Roger Williams ...
Lance Holcomb
Vane Calvert ...
Ma Holcomb
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Sheriff (as Slim Whittaker)
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The basic plot is the standard lawman-hero-poses-as-dead-lookalike-outlaw in order to help dead-outlaw's father and sister from losing their ranch to neighboring outlaws, but lots of weird things (even more than usual in a Sam Katzman production)happen along the way, beginning with the cast order as shown on the film; the 4th and 5th billed Jim Corey (misspelled as Correy) and Dick Alexander (known by and billed as such more times than he was as Richard)play a couple of brothers as part of a family gang obviously inspired by Ma Barker and her sons, and only have a couple of lines of dialogue in the whole film, while Roger Williams (as Lance, the only Holcomb brother with a given name) is billed below his two non-talking brothers. Lafe McKee, a major character who talks all the time, goes uncredited, as does director Bob Hill (the name he used on more films than he did Robert F. Hill), who plays the Protective Association Chief, but Hill, while appearing in many of the films he ... Written by Les Adams <longhorn1939@suddenlink.net>

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Western

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1 March 1937 (USA)  »

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$6,000 (estimated)
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1.37 : 1
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The Old Chisholm Trail
Traditional
Sung by Milburn Morante and Tom Tyler on the trail, Milburn Morante (dubbed) in the saloon
Played on the piano and sung by Harley Wood, with Tom Tyler joining in
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