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The Fighting Cowboy (1933)

Bill Carson arrives and tells Cash Horton that his supposedly worthless mine contains valuable tungsten. Duke learns of the mine's value and tries to have them both killed. Failing, he has ... See full summary »

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(as Denver Dixon)

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(story and scenario), (dialogue)
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Cast

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Bill Carson (as Buffalo Bill Jr.)
Genee Boutell ...
Allen Holbrook ...
Duke Neill (as Allen Holbrooke)
William Ryno ...
Cash Horton
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Squaw Mary (as Marion Sais)
Tom Palky ...
Bugs (as Tom Pelky)
Bartlett A. Carre ...
Pete Quimby (as Bart Carey)
Jack Evans ...
Buck
William Barrymore ...
Red (as Boris Bullock)
Ken Broeker ...
Sheriff
Betty Butler ...
Duke's Girl
Hamilton Steele ...
Storekeeper (as Hamilton Steel)
Clyde McClary ...
Irishman
Ernest Scott ...
Desert Rat
Bud Baxter ...
Deputy Sheriff
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Storyline

Bill Carson arrives and tells Cash Horton that his supposedly worthless mine contains valuable tungsten. Duke learns of the mine's value and tries to have them both killed. Failing, he has the Sheriff arrest Bill for murder. Unknown to Bill and the Sheriff, the victim is alive and well. Written by Maurice VanAuken <mvanauken@a1access.net>

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mine | tungsten | swindle | See All (3) »

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Western

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1 May 1933 (USA)  »

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1.37 : 1
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Routine western enlivened by female lead
26 February 2011 | by (london) – See all my reviews

This is a routine B western in every way but one and that is the female lead.The story is very familiar,ruthless businessman trying to take over a gold mine by fair means or foul.However i have to say that the film is constantly enlivened by the female lead,who it appears only made 5 film appearances and died aged 92 in 2006.She is a pretty girl but not to put to fine a point on it she is not wearing underwear.So that whenever she is on a horse or running there is a lot of her in motion.Maybe she ,as a blonde decided to follow the example of Jean Harlow.This film has all the usual ingredients of B westerns and i am sure that it is of interest only to enthusiasts of this particular genre.


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