Law Men

(1944)
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Action & Adventure, Action Classics, Classic Westerns - U.S. Marshals "Nevada" Jack McKenzie (Johnny Mack Brown) and "Sandy" Hopkins (Raymond Hatton) go undercover to bust a gang of stagecoach robbers in this vintage Western serial. Nevada infiltrates the gang, while Sandy works as a cobbler in town, keeping an ear open for local gossip as they try to flush out the inside man tipping off the crooks. Directed by Lambert Hillyer, Law Men is one of many Western matinees featuring Brown and Hatton.

  1. Glenn Tryon

    Screenplay, Story

  2. Lambert Hillyer

    Director

Top Billed Cast

  1. Johnny Mack Brown

    Johnny Mack Brown

    U.S. Marshal Nevada Jack McKenzie

  2. Raymond Hatton

    Raymond Hatton

    U.S. Marshal Sandy Hopkins

  3. Jan Wiley

    Jan Wiley

    Phyliss

  4. Kirby Grant

    Kirby Grant

    Clyde Miller

  5. Robert Frazer

    Robert Frazer

    Banker Bradford

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Law Men
Law Men

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Status Released

Release Information

  • April 25, 1944
    Theatrical

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Original Language English

Runtime 0h 58m

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