Feb 18

Colorado (1940)

Colorado (1940)

Lieutenant Jerry Burke is sent out west during the American Civil war to investigate the turmoil going on with the army. The turmoil is being

cause by a Confederate spy that is also a union officer Captain Donald Mason. There are some surprises in this western film and a few twists and turns.

Roy Rogers as Lieutenant Jerry Burke
George “Gabby” Hayes as “Gabby” Whittaker
Pauline Moore as Lylah Sanford
Milburn Stone as Don Burke alias Captain Donald Mason
Maude Eburne as Etta Mae
Arthur Loft as Jim Macklin – Indian Commissioner
Hal Taliaferro as Weaver
Vester Pegg as Henchman Sam Smith
Fred Burns as Sheriff Jeff Harkins
Lloyd Ingraham as Henry Sanford
Iron Eyes Cody as Indian Henchman
Spade Cooley as Henchman
Joseph Crehan as General Ulysses S. Grant

Directed by Joseph Kane
Produced by Joseph Kane
Written by Louis Stevens
Harrison Jacobs
Starring Roy Rogers
Cinematography Jack A. Marta
Edited by Edward Mann
Republic Pictures
Distributed by Republic Pictures
Release date
September 15, 1940 (United States)
Running time
57 minutes
54 minutes

Country United States
Language English

1 comment

  1. Pie

    Oh my gosh, young Roy singing ‘Night on the Prairie!” I love that song! I noticed that song from the menu on my King of the Cowboys box set and then watched “The Golden Stallion” where they do it as a gorgeous choral number. The music in these movies is just so extraordinary.

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