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Underground Rustlers (1941)

NR 11/21/1941 (US) Western 57m
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CATTLE RUSTLING IS PIKER'S PLAY AGAINST A HAUL IN BULLION - But They Had To Buck The Rangebusters And Come Off Second Best

Overview

Gold stages are being held up in the far west at a time when the U.S. government needs bullion, just before the famed "Black Friday" attempt to corner the gold market.

  1. S. Roy Luby

    Director

  2. John Rathmell

    Story

  3. Ted Tuttle

    Writer

  4. Elizabeth Beecher

    Writer

Top Billed Cast

  1. Ray Corrigan

    Ray Corrigan

    Crash Corrigan

  2. John 'Dusty' King

    John 'Dusty' King

    Dusty King

  3. Max Terhune

    Max Terhune

    Alibi

  4. Gwen Gaze

    Gwen Gaze

    Irene Bently

  5. Robert Blair

    Martin Ford

  6. Forrest Taylor

    Forrest Taylor

    Jim Bently

  7. Elmer

    Elmer

    Elmer

  8. Tom London

    Tom London

    Henchman Tom Harris

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Status Released

Original Language English

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