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Cavalry (1936)





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Bob Steele plays a Boy in Blue in the low-budget western Cavalry. The diminutive Steele leads his troopers against all manner of dangerous foes, all for the benefit of leading-lady Frances Grant. Naturally, Steele is also trying to avenge the murder of his father, just as he'd done in his previous 30 films. Steele's real-life father Robert Bradbury warmed the director's chair for Cavalry. Produced by A. W. Hackel's Spectrum Pictures, the film was distributed by Republic.


Bob Steele
as Lt. Thorn
Frances Meller Grant
as Betty Lee Harvey
Hal Price
as Horace Leeds
Earle Ross
as Col. Harvey
Ed Cassidy
as Bart Haines
William Welsh
as Gen. John Harvey
Budd Buster
as Wagon Boss
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