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Riders of the Black Hills (1938)

Approved | | Western | 15 June 1938 (USA)
The famous race horse Black Knight has been stolen and a ransom is being asked. The Mesquiteers become involved when they are arrested for the theft. Mrs. Garth clears them and their ... See full summary »

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Max Terhune ...
Ann Evers ...
Roscoe Ates ...
Sheriff Brown (as Rosco Ates)
Maude Eburne ...
Mrs. Peggy Garth
Frank Melton ...
Don Weston
Johnny Lang Fitzgerald ...
Jockey Buck
Jack Ingram ...
Henchman Lefty
John P. Wade ...
Ed Harvey - Horse Trader
Edward Earle ...
Race Track Steward
Monte Montague ...
Deputy Sam
Ben Hall ...
Reporter Ethelbert
Frank O'Connor ...
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Tom London ...
Henchman Red Stevens
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The famous race horse Black Knight has been stolen and a ransom is being asked. The Mesquiteers become involved when they are arrested for the theft. Mrs. Garth clears them and their look-alike horse is then used in the big race posing as Black Knight. When he wins the kipnapers now demand the entire purse. Written by Maurice VanAuken <mvanauken@a1access.net>

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Some skulduggery on the part of the Mesquiteers
7 January 2015 | by (Buffalo, New York) – See all my reviews

Riders Of The Black Hills finds the intrepid Three Mesquiteers accused of kidnapping a thoroughbred race horse. It's just dumb luck that they happened to catch a lookalike range horse who also has the same kind of speed the thoroughbred does.

Some skulduggery on their part after they've cleared themselves of the kidnapping charge helps them raise the money for the horse's ransom. It's not something normally countenanced in cowboy heroes, but given the circumstances.

The best thing about this the performance of stuttering Roscoe Ates who is normally a hero's sidekick as a sheriff. What law enforcement has come to. His scenes with Max Terhune while the Mesquiteers are prisoners are pretty funny.

Terhune, Robert Livingston, and Ray Corrigan are the Three Mesquiteers in this film. Elmer is strangely absent, I almost don't know Terhune without him.


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