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A cowboy turned gold miner fights a gang that buys miner's claims and then murders them.


Otto Brower


Scott Darling (continuity), Jack Natteford (story)




Complete credited cast:
Jack Hoxie ... Jack Tarrant
Alice Day ... Marion Sellers
Hooper Atchley ... Kramer
Matthew Betz ... Childress - Henchman
Lafe McKee ... Jeff Sellers
Jack Rube Clifford Jack Rube Clifford ... Elmer Sigmuller (as Jack Clifford)
Tom London ... Sheriff
Bob Kortman ... Henchman Without Mustache (as Robert Kortman)
Jack Byron Jack Byron ... Henchman With Mustache
Dynamite the Horse Dynamite the Horse ... Dynamite - Jack's New Horse (as Dynamite)


Cramer is working the gold fields by buying up a miner's claim and then having his men kill the miner and retrieve both the money and his gold. His latest victim is Jack Tarrant's partner Sellers. Jack suspects Cramer is behind the killings and he has a plan that will catch him and his men in the act. Written by Maurice VanAuken <mvanauken@a1access.net>

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Release Date:

5 October 1932 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

The Valley of Gold See more »

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Technical Specs


Sound Mix:

Mono (International Recording)

Aspect Ratio:

1.37 : 1
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No Gold For Hoxie in the Talkies
14 September 2017 | by bobliptonSee all my reviews

Jack Hoxie had quite a career as a movie cowboy in the silents, but he had been off the screen for three years when he made GOLD. He's partners in a gold claim with whiny drunkard Lafe McKee, who sells out to Hooper Atchley (boo! Hiss!) and promptly gets shot, and his corpse robbed. Naturally, his daughter, Alice Day, thinks Jack has done it, so it's up to Dynamite the Wonder Horse to prove Jack's innocence, so he can get on to his next movie. A horse has to think of his future.

It's a thoroughly mediocre effort, despite the efforts of director Otto Brower to get a few interesting camera angles in. Hoxie looks every inch the cowboy star, but he can't act in the talkies for beans, and after his contract with Larry Darmour ran out the following year, he went touring in a live show and then retired to a ranch. Miss Day gave up the movies entirely. Brower would keep working and gain a reputation as a western director with some style, but never quite hit the big time.

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