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Johnny Mack Brown was nearing the end of his starring career when he appeared in the Monogram oater Dead Man's Trail. Brown and his youthful sidekick Jimmy Ellison come to the aid of imperiled Barbara Allen. At this point, Johnny was too long in tooth and thick around the middle to qualify as a romantic lead, hence the presence of Ellison.

  1. Joseph F. Poland

    Screenplay, Story

  2. Lewis D. Collins

    Director

Top Billed Cast

  1. Johnny Mack Brown

    Johnny Mack Brown

    Johnny Mack Brown

  2. James Ellison

    James Ellison

    Dan Winslow (as Jimmie Ellison)

  3. Barbara Woodell

    Barbara Woodell

    Mrs. Amelia Winslow (as Barbara Allen)

  4. I. Stanford Jolley

    I. Stanford Jolley

    Silvertown Sheriff

  5. Terry Frost

    Terry Frost

    Deputy Kelvin

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Dead Man's Trail
Dead Man's Trail

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Status Released

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  • July 19, 1952
    Theatrical

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Original Language English

Runtime 0h 59m

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