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Columbia's 54th serial production (of 57) finds long-time villain player Marshall Reed top-billed for the first and last time in his film career that stretched across over 130 westerns, 17 ... See full summary »

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Marshall Reed ...
Rick Vallin ...
Reb Morgan
Joanne Rio ...
Maria Perez [ch 7-11, 14-15]
Shirley Whitney ...
Ruth Morgan
Jack Ingram ...
Henchman Ace
William Fawcett ...
Rocky Ford
Gregg Barton ...
Henchman Bart
Edward Coch ...
Jose Perez [ch 7-11, 14-15] (as Ed Coch)
Steven Ritch ...
Henchman Elko [ch 5] (as Steve Ritch)
Pierce Lyden ...
Henchman Darr
Michael Fox ...
King Carney
Lee Roberts ...
Zeke
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Columbia's 54th serial production (of 57) finds long-time villain player Marshall Reed top-billed for the first and last time in his film career that stretched across over 130 westerns, 17 serials and 23 features (TV credits and duplicated/changed-for-TV titles not included) and, thanks to liberal use of stock footage from prior Columbia westerns and serials, a player such as Jack Kirk makes an appearance six years after his 1948 death. The primary stock footage source for this serial was 1940's "Deadwood Dick" with Reed in his alter-ego role as "The Ridin' Terror" costumed to match Don Douglas or, to be more precise, the Don Douglas double from the 1940 serial. Reed plays a clean-shaven version of famous hunter and Indian scout Bill Cody who comes to the aid of miner Rocky Ford when outlaws attack his ranch. Rocky tells Cody that the man behind the local terrorism is King Carney who is trying to keep the new railroad out of the territory in order to carry on with his illegal ... Written by Les Adams <longhorn1939@suddenlink.net>

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11 November 1954 (USA)  »

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Chapter Titles:
  • 1. The Ridin' Terror From St. Joe
  • 2. Law of the Six Gun
  • 3. Raiders From Ghost Town
  • 4. Cody to the Rescue
  • 5. Midnight Marauders
  • 6. Under the Avalanche
  • 7. Night Attack
  • 8. Trapped in the Powder Shack
  • 9. Into an Outlaw Trap
  • 10. Blast to Oblivion
  • 11. The Depths of the Earth
  • 12. The Ridin' Terror
  • 13. Trapped in the Apache Mine
  • 14. Railroad Wreckers
  • 15. Law Comes to the West
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