Jack Slade, Jr.
Billy Wilcox (as Casey Adams)
Little Blue Raven (as Mike Ross)
|Rest of cast listed alphabetically:|
Gang Member (uncredited)
Buckboard Driver (uncredited)
Pinkerton Agent (uncredited)
|Harold D. Schuster||...||(as Harold Schuster)|
|Warren Douglas||...||(written by)|
|John H. Burrows||...||associate producer|
|William A. Sickner||...||(as William Sickner)|
|Fred H. Messenger|
|A. Leslie Thomas|
|Glen Alden||...||makeup artist|
|Pat Whiffing||...||hair stylist|
|Glenn Cook||...||production manager|
|Lindsley Parsons Jr.||...||assistant director|
|Tom Lambert||...||sound recordist|
|Ray Mercer||...||special effects|
|Lloyd Garnell||...||lighting effects (as Lloyd L. Garnell)|
|Warren Douglas||...||dialogue supervisor|
|Bobbie Sierks||...||set continuity|
- Allied Artists Pictures (1955) (United States) (theatrical)
- Associated British-Pathé (1955) (United Kingdom) (theatrical)
- Lehmacher Filmverleih (1956) (Germany) (theatrical)
- Cargo Records (2018) (Germany) (DVD)
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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|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 »|
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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