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HISTORY

This film was the second in Columbia's Ranger Bob Allen series. For more information on the series See Entry for The Unknown Ranger . Modern sources add the following actors to the cast list: George Morrell, Frank Ball, Jack Evans, Lafe McKee, Jim Corey, Bob Burns, Nate Gatzert, Tex Palmer, Horace B. Carpenter, Al Taylor, Bob Reeves, Franklyn Farnum, Buffalo Bill, Jr. and Gene ... More Less

This film was the second in Columbia's Ranger Bob Allen series. For more information on the series See Entry for The Unknown Ranger . Modern sources add the following actors to the cast list: George Morrell, Frank Ball, Jack Evans, Lafe McKee, Jim Corey, Bob Burns, Nate Gatzert, Tex Palmer, Horace B. Carpenter, Al Taylor, Bob Reeves, Franklyn Farnum, Buffalo Bill, Jr. and Gene Alsace. More Less

BIBLIOGRAPHIC SOURCES
SOURCE
DATE
PAGE
Hollywood Reporter
17 Aug 36
p. 6.
Variety
28 Jul 37
p. 31.
CAST
PRODUCTION CREDITS
NAME
PARENT COMPANY
NAME
CREDITED AS
CREDIT
DIRECTORS
Asst dir
PRODUCER
Assoc prod
WRITER
Story and scr
PHOTOGRAPHY
FILM EDITOR
Film ed
SOUND
Sd eng
DETAILS
Release Date:
30 October 1936
Production Date:
10 August--20 August 1936
Copyright Claimant:
Columbia Pictures Corp. of California, Ltd.
Copyright Date:
12 October 1936
Copyright Number:
LP6643
Physical Properties:
Sound
RCA Victor System
Black and White
Duration(in mins):
58-59
Length(in reels):
6
Country:
United States
PCA No:
2532
SYNOPSIS

Bull, the leader of a gang, disguises his men as Indians and leads them in an attack against a wealthy wagon train. A young boy, Buzzy, sneaks away, and summons the rangers. The arrival of the rangers disperses Bull's gang. Buzzy introduces his older sister, Alice, to Bob, a ranger, who has become his idol. Bob collects evidence that contradicts the claim of an Indian attack, and he goes undercover as a prospector. When Bob goes to the saloon in Hopi, he meets Bull and some of his men. Bob notices that the tassles on Bull's outfit match one that he found at the scene of the wagon train attack. After Bull challenges Bob to a fistfight, which Bob wins, Bull's gang captures Bob. Bull takes Bob's ranger badge, and sends it with a message to the other rangers. The message, presumably from Bob, diverts the rangers from escorting an incoming wagon train, which Bull and his men, dressed as Indians, plan to attack. Bob's horse, Pal, helps Bob escape his ropes and he prevents the train from entering a mountain pass that the outlaws have planted with dynamite. Instead, Bull and his gang are caught in their own explosion, and Bob holds Alice in his ... +


Bull, the leader of a gang, disguises his men as Indians and leads them in an attack against a wealthy wagon train. A young boy, Buzzy, sneaks away, and summons the rangers. The arrival of the rangers disperses Bull's gang. Buzzy introduces his older sister, Alice, to Bob, a ranger, who has become his idol. Bob collects evidence that contradicts the claim of an Indian attack, and he goes undercover as a prospector. When Bob goes to the saloon in Hopi, he meets Bull and some of his men. Bob notices that the tassles on Bull's outfit match one that he found at the scene of the wagon train attack. After Bull challenges Bob to a fistfight, which Bob wins, Bull's gang captures Bob. Bull takes Bob's ranger badge, and sends it with a message to the other rangers. The message, presumably from Bob, diverts the rangers from escorting an incoming wagon train, which Bull and his men, dressed as Indians, plan to attack. Bob's horse, Pal, helps Bob escape his ropes and he prevents the train from entering a mountain pass that the outlaws have planted with dynamite. Instead, Bull and his gang are caught in their own explosion, and Bob holds Alice in his arms. +

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Offscreen Credit
Name Occurs Before Title
AFI Life Achievement Award

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