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Ghost Town Gold (1936)

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Ghost Town Gold was the second entry in Republic's long-running "Three Mesquiteers" western series. Ray "Crash" Corrigan and Robert Livingston return as Tucson Smith and Stony Brooke, while Max Terhune replaces Sid Saylor as Lullaby Joslin. Almost immediately, comic ventriloquist Terhune established a rapport with his two co-stars, though audiences could have done with a lot less of his garrulous dummy Elmer. As for the plot, our three heroes try to retrieve some stolen money before an innocent banker is blamed for the theft. Adding spice to the quest is the fact that the banker has a pretty daughter (Kay Hughes). Other highlights include a typical Republic saloon-brawl scene, in which Tucson cleans the clock of head-villain Frank S. Hagney.

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Cast

Robert Livingston
as Stony Brooke
Max "Alibi" Terhune
as Lullaby Joslin
Kay Hughes
as Sabina
LeRoy Mason
as Barrington
Burr Caruth
as Thornton
Don Roberts
as Manager
Earle Hodgins
as Fight Referee
Harry Harvey
as Carnival Card Sharp
Hank Worden
as Mr. Crabtree
Bud Osborne
as Street Brawler
Bob Burns
as J.B. Brant
Wally West
as Timekeeper
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