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In this exciting western, Roaring Dan is the meanest old cuss around. He and his "son" are constantly bickering. But things are not as they seem as the young man is only pretending to be Dan's son so they can find the killers of the young man's real father. Among the guilty are two women.

  1. Ford Beebe

    Director

  2. Clarence Upson Young

    Screenplay

Top Billed Cast

  1. Johnny Mack Brown

    Johnny Mack Brown

    Jim Reardon (Posing as Horace McPhail)

  2. Fuzzy Knight

    Fuzzy Knight

    Tick Belden

  3. Nell O'Day

    Nell O'Day

    Jane Belden

  4. Jean Brooks

    Jean Brooks

    Eris Brooke (as Jeanne Kelly)

  5. Robert Homans

    Robert Homans

    Roaring Dan McPhail

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Son of Roaring Dan
Son of Roaring Dan

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Status Released

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  • July 25, 1940
    Theatrical

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Original Language English

Runtime 1h 3m

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