Faucett has obtained the deed to Banning's mine. Thinking the mine is worthless he sells it to Bob McVey. But when he learns the mine contains Tungsten, he sets out to get it back. Written by
Maurice VanAuken <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Desperate Men at Death Grips For Spoils that Mean Wealth to the Victors!
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Includes a considerable amount of archive footage lifted out of, and not replaced back into, The Painted Desert (1931). See more
Version of The Painted Desert
Music and Lyrics by Ray Whitley
Played during the opening credits and at the end
Played and sung by Ray Whitley
, Ken Card
, Earl Phelps
, Norman Phelps
and Willie Phelps
on the trail
Whistled by George O'Brien See more