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Jack Slade, son of a famed lawman and man-hunter, is hired by a Pinkerton detective, Joseph Ryan, to help wipe out a gang of outlaws and train robbers, Billy Wilcox, Harry Sutton and Little... See more »

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Jack Slade, Jr.
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Texas Rose
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Harry Sutton
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Billy Wilcox (as Casey Adams)
Jon Shepodd ...
Johnny Turner
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Joseph Ryan
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Kid Stanley
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Polly Logan
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Laughing Sam
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Little Blue Raven (as Mike Ross)
Lyla Graham ...
Abilene
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George Hagen
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Professor
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Buckboard Driver (uncredited)
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Gunsmith (uncredited)
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Barfly (uncredited)
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Pinkerton Agent (uncredited)

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Harold D. Schuster ... (as Harold Schuster)

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Warren Douglas ... (written by)

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John H. Burrows ... associate producer
Lindsley Parsons ... producer

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Paul Dunlap

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William A. Sickner ... (as William Sickner)

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Maurice Wright

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Fred H. Messenger

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A. Leslie Thomas

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Morris Hoffman

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Glen Alden ... makeup artist
Pat Whiffing ... hair stylist

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Glenn Cook ... production manager

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Lindsley Parsons Jr. ... assistant director

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Tom Lambert ... sound recordist

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Ray Mercer ... special effects

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Lloyd Garnell ... lighting effects (as Lloyd L. Garnell)

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Paul Dunlap ... conductor

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Warren Douglas ... dialogue supervisor
Bobbie Sierks ... set continuity
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Jack Slade, son of a famed lawman and man-hunter, is hired by a Pinkerton detective, Joseph Ryan, to help wipe out a gang of outlaws and train robbers, Billy Wilcox, Harry Sutton and Little Blue Raven, and their women, Texas Rose, Polly Logan and Laughing Sam. Slade gets off to a slow beginning when his gun is taken away from him by Texas Rose during a train robbery. Learning from Ryan the location of the gang's hideout, Slade leaves his pal Johnny Turner behind and joins the gang as a wanted outlaw. Turner, looking for Slade, is shot down by Sutton, and Slade vows revenge and, with Ryan's help, sets a trap for the gang. Written by Les Adams

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Also Known As
  • Son of Slade (United States)
  • Texas Rose (United Kingdom)
  • De zoon van de wreker (Netherlands)
  • Preerian keltainen ruusu (Finland)
  • Jack Slade - hämnaren (Sweden)
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Trivia Angie Dickinson's first credited movie role, despite the fact that she didn't receive an "introducing" credit until her appearance in Gun the Man Down (1956). See more »
Soundtracks The Yellow Rose of Texas See more »
Quotes Joseph Ryan: The country still needs men who know how to handle a gun, Jack.
Jack Slade, Jr.: Gunfighters?
Joseph Ryan: We call them detectives.
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