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Rimfire (film)

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Rimfire
Rimfire film poster.jpg
Theatrical release poster
Directed byB. Reeves Eason
Written byRon Ormond
Arthur St. Claire
Frank Wisbar
Produced byRon Ormond
associate
Ira S. Webb
Starringsee list below
CinematographyErnest Miller
Edited byHugh Winn
Music byWalter Greene
Production
company
Distributed byScreen Guild Productions
Release date
  • March 25, 1949 (1949-03-25)
Running time
63 minutes
CountryUnited States
LanguageEnglish

Rimfire is a 1949 American Western film directed by B. Reeves Eason. It is a noir Western[citation needed].[1]

Plot

The plot is a mystery revolving around Captain Tom Harvey, an undercover army agent played by James Millican, who is investigating the theft of army gold shipments. During his undercover investigations, Harvey takes on the job of deputy sheriff and is drawn into discovering the source of a ghost who is terrorizing the town. The ghost is apparently the manifestation of a gambler who was wrongly convicted and hanged for the gold thefts.

Cast

Production

Filming started December 15, 1948.[2]

Margia Dean recalled "It was a good little picture. Some of them I made were corny, but this was pretty well done. These films were done fast with last minute script changes. If you hit your spot and said the dialogue, it was printed."[3]

References

  1. ^ "RIMFIRE". Monthly Film Bulletin. 18. 1951. p. 236. ProQuest 1305808968.
  2. ^ Schallert, E. (December 15, 1948). "Glenn McCarthy will carry on rural sagas; logan joins forsytes". Los Angeles Times. ProQuest 165889907.
  3. ^ "Margia Dean Interview".

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