Phantom Thunderbolt (March 5, 1933)
Released on March 5, 1933: (running time 54 minutes) A drifting cowboy promises to clean up Coyote Gulch on the condition that he gets three kisses from the young lady who runs the restaurant.
Produced by Samuel Bischoff, Burt Kelly and William Saal
Directed by Alan James
Written by Forrest Sheldon, Betty Burbridge and Alan James
The Actors: Ken Maynard (Ken Maynard), Frances Lee (Judy Lane), Frank Rice (Nevady), William Gould (Red Matthews), Bob Kortman (One-Shot Mallory), Frank Beal (Doc, Wingate's partner), William Robyns (Wingate's partner), Wilfred Lucas (President of the railroad), Silver Tip Baker (townsman), Stanley Blystone (Flash), Ralph Bucko (henchman), Roy Bucko (henchman), Bob Burns (townsman), Horace B. Carpenter (old townsman questioning Nevady), Jess Cavin (barfly), Rube Dalroy (townsman), Frank Ellis (cowboy), Harry Holman (Tobias Wingate, banker), Arthur Hoyt (Eaton's secretary), Gus Leonard (Old Joe), Johnny Luther (musician outlaw), Murdock MacQuarrie (townsman), Jim Mason (henchman), Kermit Maynard (townsman), William McCall (townsman), Bud McClure (Bud, henchman), Merrill McCormick (henchman), Nelson McDowell (undertaker McTavish), Lew Meehan (Lew, townsman), Charles Murphy (barfly), Bill Patton (Bill, henchman), Archie Ricks (stage driver Archie), Jack Rockwell (henchman hit on head), Tom Smith (barfly), Harry Todd (townsman), Robert Walker (henchma), Blackjack Ward (Bill)
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This Gun for Hire, and the Price is Three Kisses
Richard Milhouse Nixon was the 37th President of the United States, from 1968 until his resignation in 1974. He had two daughters, Julie and Tricia, and he paid to have them schooled in dance, society behavior and etiquette at the Elisa Ryan Studio in Beverly Hills, California. Their teacher was Frances Lee, a former actress living in Brentwood.
Myrna Tibbetts was taking dance lessons in New York City when a theater owner spotted her and convinced her to join the dancing girls of the 1923 Ziegfeld Follies. She was soon spotted by Hollywood and began acting in silent motion pictures using the stage name Frances Lee.
When sound was added to motion pictures, her career slowed down, and a couple of years after making this movie she walked away from movies and got a college degree in teaching. Besides teaching at the Elisa Ryan Studio, she was active in the Knox Presbyterian Nursery School, where she helped to create one of the first Head Start programs in the country. Her passion for working with children continued in later life as she worked as a children's librarian at the Rancho Santa Fe library until shortly before her death at the age of 94.
In this cowboy adventure Frances Lee is the pretty, young lady who owns the restaurant in Coyote Gulch, but she and all of the other merchants in town have been shut down by an outlaw gang from a nearby town.
When a roaming cowboy with a reputation for being a cold-blooded killer comes to town, the town leaders offer to give him anything he wants if he will only get rid of the outlaw gang. He agrees, but only on the condition that he will get three kisses from the gal that runs the restaurant, whether she likes it or not! Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.
Frances Lee hides from the Phantom Thunderbolt
Archie Ricks and Ken Maynard
Arthur Hoyt and Bob Kortman
Bob Kortman and Ken Maynard
Frances Lee and Ken Maynard
Frank Beal, Harry Holman, William Robyns
Frank Rice, Ken Maynard
Ken Maynard carries Gus Leonard
Harry Holman, Ken Maynard
Harry Holman, William Robyns, Frank Beal
Horace B. Carpenter, Frank Rice
Ken Maynard, Bob Kortman
Ken Maynard, Frances Lee
Ken Maynard, Frances Lee
Ken Maynard, William Gould
Ken Maynard, Harry Holman
Ken Maynard and Gus Leonard
Nelson McDowell and Frank Rice
William Gould, Ken Maynard
William Robyns, Harry Holman, Frank Beal