The Law Rides (June 25, 1936)
Released on June 25, 1936: (running time 53 minutes) Cowboy Bruce Conway is left in the desert to die by the outlaw that killed his girl friend's brother and stole the dead man's gold mine.
Produced by A-W-Hackel
Directed by Robert N. Bradbury
Written by Al Martin and Forbes Parkhill
The Actors: Bob Steele (Bruce Conway), Harley Wood (Arline Lewis), Buck Connors (Whitey), Charles King (Hank Davis, outlaw), Margaret Mann (Mrs. Lewis), Jack Rockwell (Sheriff Anderson), Norman Neilsen (Jack Lewis), Barney Furey (henchman Pete), George Ball (lyncher), Budd Buster (lyncher Tex), Art Dillard (henchman), Jack Hendricks (lyncher Jack), Ted Mapes (henchman Ed), Dick Morehead (deputy), George Morrell (lynch mob member), Horace Murphy (county recorder), Tex Palmer (henchman), Blackie Whiteford (henchman)
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The Murdering Outlaw, and Peace on Earth
Yes, this is a cowboy adventure with bad guys shooting good guys and good guys chasing bad guys, but let me take you somewhere special before we begin. Sy Miller and his wife Jill were songwriters in the 1950’s and in 1955 they wrote a song that they thought might be special. The song was written from the depths of their souls, and they believed that it might just change the world, and it did.
To test their song, they invited 180 teenagers to a summer camp. They specifically chose teens that were different. They chose teens of every race, religion, and political belief that they could find. They put all these teens together for one week in their summer camp, taught them this song, and a miracle began.
These teens left the camp in 1955 and spread this song to every nation on earth. When Pope Francis visited the United States in 2015, the Young People’s Chorus of New York City sang this song to him. This song has been performed by Johnny Cash, Pat Boone, Marie Osmond, Vince Gill, Andy Williams, Nat King Cole, Mahalia Jackson, Mary Tyler Moore, Liberace, Johnny Mathis, Chrystal Gayle, Bob Hope, The Boston Pops, and on and on.
Sy Miller and his wife Jill wrote the song, “Let there be peace on Earth, and let it begin with me,” in a remote summer camp in 1955 with a bunch of teenagers, and it is still one of the most performed songs on earth. Why do I tell you the story of Sy Miller and his wife Jill before we watch this cowboy adventure? His wife Jill was a movie actress before meeting Sy, acting with the name Harley Wood, the heroine of this adventure. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.
Barney Furey, Charles King, Bob Steele
Bob Steele, Buck Connors
Buck Connors, Bob Steele
Buck Connors, Bob Steele
Dick Moorhead, Jack Rockwell
Harley Wood, Bob Steele
Harley Wood, Charles King
Harley Wood, Horace Murphy
Harley Wood, Margaret Mann