Daring Danger (1932)

57-58 mins | Western | 1932

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HISTORY

Modern sources include actor Edmund Cobb in the cast and list 27 Jul 1932 as the release date. ...

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Modern sources include actor Edmund Cobb in the cast and list 27 Jul 1932 as the release date.

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SOURCE CITATIONS
SOURCE
DATE
PAGE
Film Daily
27 Jul 1932
p. 8
Variety
28 Jun 1932
p. 15
CAST
PRODUCTION CREDITS
NAME
PARENT COMPANY
PRODUCTION COMPANY
DISTRIBUTION COMPANY
NAME
CREDITED AS
CREDIT
DIRECTORS
Asst dir
PHOTOGRAPHY
FILM EDITOR
Film ed
SOUND
Glen Rominger
Sd
DETAILS
Premiere Information:
New York opening: 23 Jun 1932
Production Date:
18 Feb--24 Feb 1932
Copyright Info
Claimant
Date
Copyright Number
Columbia Pictures Corp.
2 April 1932
LP2955
Physical Properties:
Sound
Black and White
Duration(in mins):
57-58
Length(in reels):
6
Country:
United States
SYNOPSIS

Tim Madigan, on the trail of his enemy, Bull Bagley, meets Jerry Norris and discovers that a gang is terrorizing her and her father by rustling their cattle, stopping their supplies and attempting to starve them to death. Tim goes to town on the Norris' behalf and learns that Hugo Distang and Bull are behind the plot. With the help of his new friend Jughandle, Tim questions the bartender Peewee, but before he can talk, Bull kills him. Tim, now driven by revenge for Peewee, as well as for himself, kills Bull and goes to Hugo's to look for the branding iron the gang is using to alter the Norris brand. Tim finds the iron, but Hugo catches him in the house. The two men are fighting when Jerry and Jug arrive with a posse. Hugo is arrested, Jug reveals that he is a representative of the Cattlemen's Association sent to investigate the rustling problem, and Tim proposes marriage to ...

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Tim Madigan, on the trail of his enemy, Bull Bagley, meets Jerry Norris and discovers that a gang is terrorizing her and her father by rustling their cattle, stopping their supplies and attempting to starve them to death. Tim goes to town on the Norris' behalf and learns that Hugo Distang and Bull are behind the plot. With the help of his new friend Jughandle, Tim questions the bartender Peewee, but before he can talk, Bull kills him. Tim, now driven by revenge for Peewee, as well as for himself, kills Bull and goes to Hugo's to look for the branding iron the gang is using to alter the Norris brand. Tim finds the iron, but Hugo catches him in the house. The two men are fighting when Jerry and Jug arrive with a posse. Hugo is arrested, Jug reveals that he is a representative of the Cattlemen's Association sent to investigate the rustling problem, and Tim proposes marriage to Jerry.

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