Tombstone Terror (April 25, 1935)

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Bob Steele in Tombstone Terror
 

Released on April 25, 1935: Cowboy Jimmy Dixon returns to his home ranch and discovers that his twin brother Duke is part of a rustling gang, so he assumes Duke's identity and takes over his women and goes after the rustlers.

Produced by A.W. Hackel

Directed by Robert N. Bradbury

The Actors: Bob Steele (Jimmy Dixon and Duke Dixon, twin brothers), Kay McCoy (Jean Adams), George 'Gabby' Hayes (Soupy Baxter), Earl Dwire (Regan), John Elliott (Mr. Dixon), Hortense Petra (Blondie), Annie Howard (nurse Mary), Nancy Deshon (Millie, saloon girl), Frank McCarroll (Swede), Chris Allen (barfly), Barney Beasley (henchman), Herman Hack (henchman), Jack Hendricks (barfly), George Morrell (barfly), Perry Murdock (tramp, singer), Artie Ortego (henchman), Tex Phelps (henchman), S.S. Simon (croupier)

 

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More Girlfriends than Outlaws

Jimmy Dixon is being chased out of Mexico after some adventurous years there and makes his way home to the ranch where his father, cool ranch hand Soupy, and his twin brother Duke Dixon live. Twin brother Duke Dixon is a hard drinking gambler who is in cahoots with the saloon owner to rustle the cattle from the ranches nearby. As Jimmy arrives Duke goes to Phoenix, and Jimmy dresses in Duke's clothing and pretends to be the bad-brother . . . and is he in for some surprises as he lives the life of his twin brother! Outlaws are tough on the good guys, but Jimmy may have tougher problems than fast shooting outlaws . . . In this cowboy adventure there is one bad guy, saloon owner and cattle rustler Regan, played by Earl Dwire . . . But there are THREE girls after Jimmy . . . Count 'em . . . First there is Jean, the blonde beauty that wants to marry him, then there is Millie, the sexy brunette saloon girl that he fights the big guy for . . . and then out of the blue Blondie shows up and doesn't care that he plans on marrying Jean, just as long as she can have him also . . . Whoa, old paint . . . This may be a rougher adventure than usual! Heading down the story trail we finally get to the conflict with rustler Regan and just as we are wondering if Jimmy will get his toughest challenge from the girls or from Regan, he gets shot by Regan, who has discovered that he is not the bad-boy twin brother Duke, and Regan's henchmen toss his lifeless body into the lake . . . It looks like there will be a big passel of girls crying at Jimmy's funeral soon . . . or will there? Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.

Bob Steele and Earl Dwire
Bob Steele and Earl Dwire
Bob Steele and John Elliott
Bob Steele and John Elliott
Bob Steele, Kay McCoy and Hortense Petra
Bob Steele, Kay McCoy and Hortense Petra
Bob Steele and Kay McCoy
Bob Steele and Kay McCoy
Bob Steele and Gabby Hayes
Bob Steele and Gabby Hayes
Bob Steele and Nancy Deshon
Bob Steele and Nancy Deshon
Bob Steele
Bob Steele
Earl Dwire
Earl Dwire
Earl Dwire, Nancy Deshon and Bob Steele
Earl Dwire, Nancy Deshon and Bob Steele
Earl Dwire
Earl Dwire
Frank McCarroll
Frank McCarroll
Gabby Hayes
Gabby Hayes
Gabby Hayes calls for help
Gabby Hayes calls for help
George 'Gabby' Hayes in 1935
George 'Gabby' Hayes in 1935
Gabby Hayes and Bob Steele
Gabby Hayes and Bob Steele
Hortense Petra
Hortense Petra
Hortense Petra
Hortense Petra
John Elliott and Anne Howard
John Elliott and Anne Howard
Kay McCoy and Bob Steele
Kay McCoy and Bob Steele
Nancy Deshon
Nancy Deshon