Feb 18

Deadwood Pass (1933)

Deadwood Pass (1933)

An Outlaw gang leader known as The Hawk has broken out of prison. Postal inspector Tom Whitlock is determined to recover the $200,000 in

securities that the Hawk hid somewhere in Deadwood Pass. The outlaws are also looking for the $200,000 in securities. The Sheriff and Sorrenson want Tom to pose as the Hawk to infiltrate the gang and recover the securities. But the Chief who knows the real Hawk could show up at any time. Complete full length action packed western movie.

Directed by J.P. McGowan
Writing Credits Oliver Drake – adaptation J. Wesley Patterson – story
Tom Tyler as Tom Whitlock
Hal Taliaferro as Pete Sorrenson (as Wally Wales)
Lafe McKee as Sheriff Rawlins
Alice Dahl as Betty Rawlins
Edmund Cobb as Mileaway Thomas
Slim Whitaker as Butch Cassidy (as Slim Whittaker)
Merrill McCormick as Felipe (as Merrill McCormack)

Carlotta Monti as Lolita
Jay Wilsey as Deputy (as Buffalo Bill Junior)
Duke R. Lee as Deputy (as Duke Lee)
Blackie Whiteford as Henchman Bull
Bill Nestell as Henchman Forty-Four
Bud Osborne as Joe Sadler aka The Hawk
Chuck Baldra as Henchman (uncredited)
Ben Corbett as Ben – Stage Guard (uncredited)
Jack Jones as Henchman Jack (uncredited)
Jack Kirk as Townsman (uncredited)
Bud McClure as Jake the Stagecoach Driver (uncredited)
J.P. McGowan as The Chief (uncredited)
Archie Ricks as Henchman (uncredited)

Cinematography by Edward A. Kull
Film Editing by Fred Bain
Production Management Burton L. King production supervisor
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Harry Knight assistant director Sound Department
Homer Ackerman sound technician Stunts
Jack Jones stunts (uncredited) Other crew

John R. Freuler presenter

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