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As other "B"-western series kept dropping like flies in 1952, Johnny Mack Brown kept grinding 'em out for Monogram. In Man From Black Hills, Johnny tries to help locate his saddle pal Jim Fallan's (James Ellison) long-lost father. Arriving in a small mining town, Johnny and Jim discover that Jim's father has established a financial empire--and that a local opportunist (Randy Brooks) has capitalized on this by claiming to be the old man's son.

  1. Thomas Carr

    Director

  2. Joseph O'Donnell

    Writer

Top Billed Cast

  1. Johnny Mack Brown

    Johnny Mack Brown

    Johnny Mack Brown

  2. James Ellison

    James Ellison

    Jim Fallon (as Jimmy Ellison)

  3. Rand Brooks

    Rand Brooks

    Fake Jimmy Fallon

  4. Lane Bradford

    Lane Bradford

    Sheriff Moran

  5. I. Stanford Jolley

    I. Stanford Jolley

    Pete Ingram (as Stanford Jolley)

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Man from the Black Hills
Man from the Black Hills

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Status Released

Release Information

  • March 29, 1952
    Theatrical

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Original Language English

Runtime 1h 0m

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