Wildcat Trooper (July 1, 1936)
Released on July 1, 1936: A Royal Canadian Mounted Policeman tries to end a murderous feud between two fur trapping men in the remote Canadian wilderness.
Produced by Maurice Conn
Directed by Elmer Clifton
Written by James Oliver Curwood with screenplay by Joseph O'Donnell and Alfred Zeisler
The Actors: Kermit Maynard (Sergeant Gale Farrell, Royal Canadian Mounted Police), Hobart Bosworth (Doctor Martin), Fuzzy Knight (Constable Pat O'Hearne, Royal Canadian Mounted Police), Lois Wilde (Ruth Reynolds), Jim Thorpe (Indian fur trapper), Yakima Canutt (The Raven), Eddie Phillips (Bob Reynolds), John Merton (Henry McClain), Frank Hagney (Jim Foster), Roger Williams (Slim Arnold), Jimmy Aubrey (fur trapper), Dick Curtis (Henri), Art Dillard (henchman), Earl Douglas (saloon henchman), Ben Hendricks Jr. (Rogers), Jack Hendricks (henchman at cabin), Fred Parker (barfly), Tex Phelps (henchman), Hal Price (fur buyer), Jack Tornek (barfly), Wally West (henchman at cabin)
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The Cold-Blooded Killer and the Doctor of Death
My papa was a preacher, but when I was a youngster I was sure that I knew more than him. Somehow the older I got the wiser he got. One of the wisest pieces of advice he ever gave me was about trying to help feuding folk. Like my father, I find joy in helping others in need when I can, but some folk are best left alone. Papa told me that if two people are fighting with each other it is best to leave them alone. Papa said that most probably the feuding folk will make up and become friends with or without my help, but if I tried to get in the middle of their fight, they might indeed become friends more quickly . . . . United in their dislike of me for butting into their feud. . . . The only loser would be me.
Mediating feuding fighters is very tricky business, even for Canada’s finest, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police. As our adventure opens two Mounties are riding through the Canadian wilderness when they discover a badly injured fur trapper. It seems that at a remote wilderness outpost there are two teams of fur trappers who are stealing each other’s furs and killing each other in the process.
Mountie Gale Farrell, played boy cowboy star Kermit Maynard, will pretend to be a hired killer on his way to the outpost at the invitation of the owner of the outpost bar and casino. This brave Mountie will not only try to settle the feud, but also find out who the real fur thieves are.
So we have two groups of rough and tough wilderness men shooting each other while a couple of fur thieves are stealing both of the feuding folk’s furs to keep the two men fighting each other. In my humble opinion the Mountie doesn’t exist who can untangle a mess like that and stay alive to tell about it . . . . I mean to tell you . . . . This Royal Canadian Mounted Policeman may be the one who DOESN’T get his man. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.
Ben Hendricks Jr.
Eddie Phillips and Lois Wilde
Hal Price and Frank Hagney
Hobart Bosworth and Kermit Maynard
John Merton, Roger Williams and Ben Hendricks Jr.
John Merton and Kermit Maynard
John Merton and Kermit Maynard
Lois Wilde and Eddie Phillips
Roger Williams and John Merton