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The Phantom Stage (1939)

Approved | | Music, Western | 10 February 1939 (USA)
Bob Carson and sidekick Grizzly take a job driving a stage for a line that is being repeatedly robbed. The culprits place a large box on the stage in which Runt can hide and steal the gold ... See full summary »

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Gabe Lawson
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Henchman Runt (Stage Guard in Credits)
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Henchman Denver
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Sheriff
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John Scott -Stage Agent (as Murdock McQuarrie)
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Jim -Stage Driver
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Blacksmith
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Stage Guard - Runt in Credits
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Bob Carson and sidekick Grizzly take a job driving a stage for a line that is being repeatedly robbed. The culprits place a large box on the stage in which Runt can hide and steal the gold without the driver or guard knowing it. When Bob realizes what is happening, he replaces Runt in the box in hope of catching the outlaws. Written by Maurice VanAuken <mvanauken@a1access.net>

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The role of "Runt" is credited to Tex Palmer in the cast listing on film, credited to Dick Dickinson in the Universal press book, but is played by Ernie Adams in the film. See more »

Goofs

The story takes place in the stagecoach and buckboard era, but all of the hairstyles of leading lady Marjorie Reynolds are strictly in the 1939 mode, as are her knee length skirts, high-heeled shoes, and other fashions. See more »

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Remake of Galloping Romeo (1933) See more »

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Life on the Open Range
Written by Fleming Allen
Sung by Bob Baker
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