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Ghost Town (1937)





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As one of Harry Carey's mid-1930s independent westerns, Ghost Town is noted for its good, atmospheric cinematography (as evidenced by the film's production stills). The star assumes his familiar guise as Cheyenne Harry, a wandering do-gooder with a questionable background but the noblest of intentions. His path intersects with that of an old pal with designs on a vacant mining town; the friend is killed, and Carey blamed for the murder and incarcerated.


Harry Carey
as Cheyenne Harry
David Sharpe
as Bud Ellis
Lee Shumway
as Mr. Morrell
Roger Williams
as Ed Gannon
Phil Dunham
as Abe Rankin
Earl Dwire
as McCall
Chuck Morrison
as Blackie Hawks
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