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The Local Bad Man (January 15, 1932)

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The Local Bad Man
 

Released January 15, 1932: A crooked banker is about to go broke, so he arranges to rob his own money train to not only get the money, but the insurance on the money before the bank examiner finds out.

Produced by M.H. Hoffman Jr.

Directed by Otto Brower

The Actors: Hoot Gibson (Jim Bonner), Sally Blane (Marion Meade), Hooper Atchley (Joe Murdock, banker), Edward Hearn (Ben Murdock, banker), Edward Peil Sr. (Sheriff Hickory), Jack Clifford (railroad station agent Andrew McKee), Skeeter Bill Robbins (Skeeter Cole), Milton Brown (Horsetail Wright), Olin Francis (doesn't fight at dance), Lew Meehan (deputy), Bud Osborne (henchman), George Sowards (ranch hand), Lem Sowards (ranch hand)

 
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The Local Bad Man and the New Railroad Station Mistress

As our adventure opens we learn that the local bank in Rawhide New Mexico is short a lot of money, and the bank examiner is due soon to look at the books. The two Murdock brothers that own the bank decide that they need to stage a fake robbery to cover their shortfall. They will pretend to ship the money on the railroad, and then rob the train and blame it on someone else.

Meanwhile, rancher Jim Bonner, played by cowboy actor Hoot Gibson, has a bone to pick with the railroad. He shipped some cattle a few months ago and they were killed in a train wreck. He is trying to get the railroad to reimburse him for his lost cattle, with little success. Finally, he and his two side-kick cowhands manage to run the railroad station master out of town, with a warning to the railroad that they had better settle with him or face more trouble. He will be the perfect person for the bankers to frame for their train robbery.

With the railroad station master run out of town, the railroad needs to send someone else to run the station . . . Someone who can handle rancher Jim Bonner and his two mangy cowhands. When the new station master takes over, rancher Jim and his two cowhands visit the new station master to try to force him to settle with them for their lost cattle, or else!

Unfortunately, the railroad has sent a station master who will be more than the tough cowboys can deal with. . . rancher Jim sends his cowhand Skeeter into the office to see how tough the new station master is. When Skeeter comes out of the railroad station office, he sadly tells rancher Jim that he is in big trouble. . . . The new station master will be more than they can handle. Rancher Jim walks into the railroad station to face his new enemy and discovers that it is a twenty-two year old woman, and a beautiful woman at that. He has met more than he can handle, he has met Sally Blane, who in this story is station master Marion Meade. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.

Sally Blane
Sally Blane
Edward Hearn
Edward Hearn
Edward Hearn and Hooper Atchley
Edward Hearn and Hooper Atchley
Edward Peil Sr.
Edward Peil Sr.
Edward Peil Sr.
Edward Peil Sr.
Hooper Atchley
Hooper Atchley
Hooper Atchley and Edward Hearn
Hooper Atchley and Edward Hearn
Hoot Gibson
Hoot Gibson
Hoot Gibson and Sally Blane
Hoot Gibson and Sally Blane
Hoot Gibson and Sally Blane
Hoot Gibson and Sally Blane
Jack Rube Clifford
Jack Rube Clifford
Milton Brown, Hoot Gibson and Skeeter Bill Robbins
Milton Brown, Hoot Gibson and Skeeter Bill Robbins
Olin Francis and an unknown actress
Olin Francis and an unknown actress
Sally Blane
Sally Blane
Sally Blane and Edward Hearn
Sally Blane and Edward Hearn
Sally Blane and Edward Hearn Sr.
Sally Blane and Edward Hearn Sr.
Skeeter Bill Robbins
Skeeter Bill Robbins
Sally Blane
Sally Blane
Sally Blane and Edward Hearn
Sally Blane and Edward Hearn
Skeeter Robbins
Skeeter Bill Robbins
Skeeter Bill Robbins and Hoot Gibson
Skeeter Bill Robbins and Hoot Gibson