The Silver Trail (February 27, 1937)
Released on February 27, 1937: Bob Crandall gets help from a female bandit to discover what happened to his partner, who disappeared after discovering a rich vein of silver.
Directed by Bernard B. Ray
Written by James Oliver Curwood, Bennett Cohen and Forrest Sheldon.
The Actors: Rex Lease (Bobb Crandall), Mary Russell (Molly Welburn, aka Mary Allen), Ed Cassidy (Frank Sheridan), Roger Williams (Sam Dunn), Steve Clark (Tom), Slim Whitaker (henchman Slug), Oscar Gahan (henchman Curt), James Sheridan (henchman Tex), Tom London (Looney), Rin Tin Tin Jr. (Rinty), Bob Burns (mine guard), Budd Buster (hotel clerk), Allen Greer (townsman), Jack Hendricks (wagon driver), Clyde McClary (mine guard, henchman), Nelson McDowell (wagon guard), 'Snub' Pollard (cafe counter man), Goebel Leon Reeves (Hank, singer), Emma Tansey (Bob's mother), Wally West (Cafe customer).
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|Ed Cassidy||Ed Cassidy and Rex Lease|
|Ed Cassidy and Roger Williams||Emma Tansey|
|Goebel Leon Reeves||Goebel Leon Reeves and Rex Lease|
|Mary Russell||Mary Russell|
|Mary Russell and Ed Cassidy||Mary Russell and Rex Lease|
|Mary Russell and Rex Lease||Rex Lease|
|Rex Lease||Rex Lease and Mary Russell|
|Rex Lease and Snub Pollard||Rin Tin Tin Jr.|
|Rin Tin Tin Jr.||Rin Tin Tin and Rex Lease|
|Roger Williams||Slim Whitaker, Oscar Gahan and James Sheridan|
|Snub Pollard||Tom London|
|Tom London||Tom London and Rex Lease|