The Ghost Rider (April 1, 1935)

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The Ghost Rider
 

Released on April 1, 1935: A man everyone thought was dead returns to terrorize the outlaws that stole his ranch many years ago.

Produced by Louis Weiss

Directed by Jack Jevne

The Actors: Rex Lease (Dave), Bobby Nelson (Bobby Bullard), Ann Carrol (Linda Bullard), Franklyn Farnum (Jim Bullard), Lloyd Ingraham (Rufe), Blackie Whiteford (Bull), Eddie Parker (Wirt), Blackjack Ward (Chalky), John Alexander (Sheriff Lane), Edward Coxen (Dad Burns), Lafe McKee (Zeke), Bill Patton (Max), William Desmond (guard), Art Mix (guard), Ernie Adams (practical joker), Victor Adamson (guard), Jack Kirk (singer), Roger Williams (barfly)

 

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The Dead Man's Ace

This cowboy adventure does not follow the pattern for the popular singing cowboy movies, and is way ahead of its time in the way it handles music and plot. The adventure opens and closes with a cowboy strumming a guitar and singing a song about the plot, with no happy singing during the story itself . . . . But there is plenty of fighting, shooting and dying . . . . In fact every single bad guy comes to a violent death . . . . And in such an atmosphere, there is a young boy as a central part of the story. Usually when there is a young boy involved, the story is much softer and playful, but not this time kiddies . . . . Death and violence rule the day, and this young fellow gets to grow up fast. As our adventure opens Jim Bullard is escaping from a prison road gang and heading back home. Everyone back home thinks he is dead because in prison he swapped identities with another prisoner who later died. Back home he goes to an old shack he built that butts up against the hillside. In fact there is an old mine shaft connected to the shack and he can go from the shack to the top of the hillside through the secret passageway. Bullard was in prison for killing one of the men who stole his ranch from him, and now he is back and revenge is the name of the game. He has a young son and a teenage daughter and he wants them to get the ranch that he bought, and he will become a ghost rider to scare and kill the varmints that stole his ranch and are terrorizing the valley. Thanks to the hidden mine shaft he can appear and disappear anytime he wants. One by one he starts killing the clan that stole his ranch, placing an ace on each body. Meanwhile the old Sheriff has sent for a young deputy to help him bring peace to the valley, and the fellow is as tough as he needs to be to handle the clan, but when this leads to that, we find the young boy and the deputy cornered in the shack by the hillside with a big box of dynamite next to them and bullets flying at them from the bad guys outside. . . . It is time for the Ghost Rider to make one final appearance to rid the valley of the bad guys and get the ranch into the hands of his son and daughter. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.

Ann Carrol and Rex Lease
Ann Carrol and Rex Lease
Ann Carrol and Rex Lease
Ann Carrol and Rex Lease
Ann Carrol
Ann Carrol
Blackie Whiteford
Blackie Whiteford
Blackjack Ward and Blackie Whiteford
Blackjack Ward and Blackie Whiteford
Bobby Nelson and Ann Carrol
Bobby Nelson and Ann Carrol
Bobby Nelson
Bobby Nelson
Eddie Parker, Lloyd Ingraham and Blackie Whiteford
Eddie Parker, Lloyd Ingraham and Blackie Whiteford
Edward Coxen
Edward Coxen
Franklyn Farnum
Franklyn Farnum
Franklyn Farnum and Edward Coxen
Franklyn Farnum and Edward Coxen
Franklyn Farnum
Franklyn Farnum
Jack Kirk and Bobby Nelson
Jack Kirk and Bobby Nelson
Jack Kirk
Jack Kirk
John Alexander
John Alexander
John Alexander
John Alexander
Lloyd Ingraham
Lloyd Ingraham
Rex Lease
Rex Lease
Rex Lease and John Alexander
Rex Lease and John Alexander
Rex Lease
Rex Lease