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The Navajo Kid (1945)

The Navajo Kid





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A B-Western hero since the late silent era, Bob Steele would hang up his spurs after a final four westerns for director Harry L. Fraser. In the opener, The Navajo Kid, Steele, as he had so many times before, went in search of the villain, or villains, who murdered his foster-father and stole both ring and watch. The trail leads straight to Canyon City, Texas, and smooth cardsharp Honest John Grogan (I. Stanford Jolley), who is in possession of both the stolen items. But Grogan has an ironclad alibi for the time of the murder, an alibi confirmed by none other than Sheriff Roy Landon (Edward Cassidy). The Navajo Kid was produced independently by Arthur Alexander and Alfred Stern and released by PRC. Leading lady Caren Marsh had been Judy Garland's stand-in during the making of The Wizard of Oz (1939).more
Rating: Unrated
Genre: Western, Action & Adventure, Classics
Directed By: ,
Written By: Harry L. Fraser
In Theaters:
Alexander-Stern Productions


Bob Steele
as Tom Kirk/The Navajo ...
Edward Cassidy
as Sheriff Roy Landon
Caren Marsh
as Winifred McMasters
Stanley Blystone
as Matt Crandall
Edward Howard
as Bo Talley
Charles King Jr.
as Lee Hedges
Bud Osborne
as Abe Murdock
Henry Hall
as Dr. Cole
Gertrude Glorie
as Navajo Woman
Bert Dillard
as Henchman
Rex Rossi
as Posse Rider
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