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The Trusted Outlaw (1937)





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Though A.W. Hackel's Supreme Pictures went belly-up in 1936, he continued grinding out his popular Bob Steele westerns, shifting distribution to up-and-coming Republic. Steele plays Dan, the headstrong young son of a notorious outlaw. Dan is forced not only to live down his dad's reputation, but also his own, since it's been rumored that he has strayed to the wrong side of the law from time to time. He manages to prove that he's a good guy after all, but in a surprise development he doesn't win the film's official heroine Molly (Lois January), who has jilted him for another. Fortunately, second lead Betty (Joan Barclay) is there to pick up the pieces.


Bob Steele
as Dan Ward
Lois January
as Molly Clark
Joan Barclay
as Betty Pember
Earl Dwire
as Jim Swain
Charles King
as Bert Gilmore
Hal Price
as Pember
Frank Ball
as Sheriff
Oscar Gahan
as Mine Guard (uncredited)
George Morrell
as Townsman (uncredited)
Chick Hannon
as Henchman (uncredited)
Clyde McClary
as Bartender Mike & Miner (uncredited)
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