The Lone Star Ranger (1930)

64 mins | Western | 5 January 1930

Director:

A. F. Erickson

Writer:

Seton I. Miller

Cinematographer:

Daniel B. Clark

Editor:

Jack Murray

Production Company:

Fox Film Corp.
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HISTORY

For information on other film adaptations of Zane Grey's novel, please consult the entry below for the 1942 Twentieth Century-Fox production The Lone Star Ranger , directed by James Tinling and starring John Kimbrough and Sheila ... More Less

For information on other film adaptations of Zane Grey's novel, please consult the entry below for the 1942 Twentieth Century-Fox production The Lone Star Ranger , directed by James Tinling and starring John Kimbrough and Sheila Ryan. More Less

SOURCE CITATIONS
SOURCE
DATE
PAGE
Film Daily
19 Jan 1930.
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Variety
21 Jan 1930
p. 30.
DETAILS
Release Date:
5 January 1930
Copyright Claimant:
Fox Film Corp.
Copyright Date:
4 December 1929
Copyright Number:
LP911
Physical Properties:
Black and White
Sound, also silent
Movietone
Duration(in mins):
64
Length(in feet):
5,948 , 5,736
Length(in reels):
7
Country:
United States
Language:
English
Passed by NBR:
No
SYNOPSIS

Buck Duane, having shot a man in self-defense, is accused of many crimes that he did not commit. In order to prove his innocence, he joins the Texas Rangers, also hoping to win the approval of Mary Aldridge, a girl from the East. He is assigned to round up a gang of cattle rustlers who are supported by The Bowery Kid, a New Yorker, and led by the girl's ... +


Buck Duane, having shot a man in self-defense, is accused of many crimes that he did not commit. In order to prove his innocence, he joins the Texas Rangers, also hoping to win the approval of Mary Aldridge, a girl from the East. He is assigned to round up a gang of cattle rustlers who are supported by The Bowery Kid, a New Yorker, and led by the girl's father. +

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AFI Life Achievement Award

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