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Saddle Mountain Roundup -- An old man and his Chinese servant are in danager of becoming victims of the ruthless killer, "The Raven."


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William L. Nolte (original story)
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Release Date:
29 August 1941 (USA) See more »
MURDER On The Rampage As Rangebuster Guns Bark Defiance Of Prairie Gangland See more »
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Ray Corrigan ... Crash Corrigan (as Ray 'Crash' Corrigan)

John 'Dusty' King ... Dusty King

Max Terhune ... Alibi Terhune (as Max 'Alibi' Terhune)
Elmer ... Elmer - Alibi's Dummy
Lita Conway ... Nancy Henderson

Jack Mulhall ... Freeman

Willie Fung ... Fang Way

John Elliott ... 'Magpie' Harper

George Chesebro ... Blackie
Jack Holmes ... Sheriff

Steve Clark ... Jack Henderson
Carl Mathews ... Henchman Bill
Harold Goodman ... Cousin Harold (as Cousin Harold Goodman)
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Al Ferguson ... Henchman (uncredited)

Jack Hendricks ... Ranch Hand Red (uncredited)

Tex Palmer ... Henchman (uncredited)

Rudy Sooter ... Guitar Player (uncredited)

Directed by
S. Roy Luby 
Writing credits
William L. Nolte (original story)

John Vlahos (dialogue) &
Earle Snell (dialogue)

John Vlahos (continuity) &
Earle Snell (continuity)

Produced by
Anna Bell Ward .... associate producer
George W. Weeks .... producer
Cinematography by
Robert E. Cline (director of photography) (as Robert Cline)
Film Editing by
S. Roy Luby  (as Roy Claire)
Production Management
William L. Nolte .... production manager
Sound Department
Glen Glenn .... sound
Music Department
Frank Sanucci .... musical director

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59 min
Aspect Ratio:
1.37 : 1 See more »
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Elmer foils the villain's plan, 16 July 2014
Author: bkoganbing from Buffalo, New York

This particular film in the Monogram Range Buster series finds Dusty King, Ray Corrigan, and Max Terhune with the ever loquacious Elmer doing more detective work than hard riding and shooting.

Saddle Mountain Roundup finds the Range Busters working for miserly old John Elliott who lives alone in his ranch house with his Chinese cook Willie Fung. Someone is trying to murder Elliott and someone succeeds before the Range Busters arrive.

As it is only two of them Dusty King and Crash Corrigan do the detecting. Max Terhune is delivering a ranch payroll and he and Elmer the dummy get kidnapped. By the way Elmer actually has more of role than he did either with Range Busters or the 3 Mesquiteers. In a roundabout way he foils the plans of villain.

Only at the end is there really a lot of riding and shooting associated with these films. Still Saddle Mountain Roundup is decent enough western entertainment.

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