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The Phantom of the Range (1936)





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Filmed back-to-back with Rip Roarin' Buckaroo, this low-budget Western starred the darkly handsome Tom Tyler as Jerry Lane, a drifter who comes to the aid of a beleaguered female would-be rancher. Arriving from Santa Fe to establish her claim to her late grandfather's property, Jeanne Moore (Beth Marion) finds the place apparently haunted by old Hiram Moore's ghost. It is all a ruse, of course, concocted by greedy neighbor Brandon (Forrest Taylor), who wants the old man's treasure -- a half-million dollars in gold hidden somewhere on the property. Jerry Lane outbids both Jeanne and Brandon at the auction, hires a cockney butler, Eddie (Sammy Cohen), and invites Jeanne to stay at the ranch. One of Brandon's accomplices, Perdita (Soledad Jiminez), infiltrates the household in the guise of a maid, but it is Eddie who finally locates the treasure, which a magnanimous Jerry insists rightfully belongs to Jeanne.


Tom Tyler
as Jerry Lane
Beth Marion
as Jeanne Moore
Sammy Cohen
as Eddie Parsons
Soledad Jiminez
as Perdita the Housekeeper
Charles King
as Henchman Mark Braden
John Elliott
as Rancher
Dick Cramer
as Sheriff
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