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El Diablo Rides (1939)

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Bob rides into a border town where he runs into trouble with Lambert and his gang. Herb arrests him claiming he is the outlaw El Diablo. But it was just to save him from Lambert's gang and the two now plan to trap the outlaws.

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(as Ira S. Webb)

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Bob
Claire Rochelle ...
Mary
Kit Guard ...
Dan (the Sidekick)
Carleton Young ...
Herb Crenshaw
Ted Adams ...
Buck Lambert
Robert Walker ...
Henchman Frank
Robert Robinson ...
Sheriff (as Bob Robinson)
Hal Carey ...
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Enroute to Borderville, looking for his father's killer, Bob (Bob Steele) stops a runaway horse carrying Mary (Claire Rochelle.) His pal Dan (Kit Guard), who has followed Bob against his orders not to, has a fight with one of Lambert's henchmen, Frank (Bob Walker) which Bob stops. In a Borderville tavern owned by Buck Lambert (Ted Adams),who is engaged in smuggling contraband across the border, Bob is taken prisoner by Lambert's men. Notified by Mart, Herbert Crenshaw (Carleton Young) and his men arrive and claim that Bob is a cattle rustler known as "El Diablo" and take him to the Crenshaw ranch. He is released as this was a ruse to save him from Lambert. Mary, working as a cashier at the tavern, informs Crenshaw that Lambert is preparing to run contraband across the border. Bob, seeing Crenshaw embrace Mary, believes they are sweethearts but they are brother and sister working as federal agents. Lambert discovers Mary writing a note to Crenshaw and Bob arrives just as she is making ... Written by Les Adams <longhorn1939@suddenlink.net>

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12 December 1939 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

O symmoritis fantasma  »

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Remake of Loser's End (1935) See more »

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Hi Cowboy
Written by Johnny Lange and Lew Porter
Sung by Hal Carey
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