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Riders of the Cactus

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Riders of the Cactus
Riders of the Cactus.jpg
Directed byDavid Kirkland
Written by
  • Charles Connell
  • David Kirkland
Produced by
  • Robert Connell
  • R.B. Hooper
Starring
CinematographyR.B. Hooper
Edited byCharles Connell
Production
company
Hooper-Connell Productions
Distributed byBig 4 Film
Release date
July 7, 1931
Running time
60 minutes
CountryUnited States
LanguageEnglish

Riders of the Cactus is a 1931 American Western film directed by David Kirkland and starring Hal Taliaferro, Buzz Barton and Fred Church.[1] Location shooting took place in Sonora, California, and near Tucson, Arizona at the Tanque Verde Ranch and Mission San Xavier del Bac Mission.[2] The film was made back-to-back with Flying Lariats.

Cast

  • Hal Taliaferro as Bob Bronson
  • Buzz Barton as Buzz
  • Fred Church as Jake McKeever, alias Jake Wenzel
  • Lorraine LaVal as Josie
  • Ed Cartwright as Pete
  • Don Wilson as Peon
  • Joe Lawliss as Bill
  • Tete Brady as Hattie McKeever
  • Etta Delmas as Aunt Sarah Casey
  • Gus Anderson as Ranger Captain
  • Sam Garrett as Trick Roper / Ranger

Plot

Smugglers on the Mexico–United States border pursue the tourist Josie after they learn that she has a valuable map that shows the location of buried treasure. Bronson rescues her, catching and beating the villains. Agents from the U.S. Border Patrol take the villains away, and Bronson and Josie turn the treasure over to a mission church where they are married.[3][4]

References

  1. ^ Pitts p.67
  2. ^ Tucson Daily Citizen, October 7, 1931
  3. ^ "Riders of the Cactus". catalog.afi.com. Retrieved December 7, 2021.
  4. ^ Erickson, Hal. "Riders of the Cactus (1931)". AllMovie. Archived from the original on August 22, 2021. Retrieved August 22, 2021.

Bibliography

  • Michael R. Pitts. Poverty Row Studios, 1929–1940: An Illustrated History of 55 Independent Film Companies, with a Filmography for Each. McFarland & Company, 2005.

External links


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