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The Painted Stallion 

1937 - 12 chapters 


A wagon train travelling from Independence, Missouri to Santa Fe means 
trouble for Alfredo Dupray, his authority from Spain will end with the arrival 
of a Mexican Governor. He plots to solve this by intercepting a trade agreement, 
to be negotiated by Clark Stuart on the wagon train, and disrupt US-Mexican 

Repeated attacks are thwarted, however, by the appearance of a mysterious
Rider on a Painted Stallion who issues warnings with her whistling arrows. 
With her help Clark Stuart, along with historical characters, Kit Carson, 
Jim Bowie and Davy Crockett work to defeat Dupray. Eventually, they 
assist the arrival of the US Cavalry and the treaty is signed, leaving Stuart 
and the Rider to ride away together.


Ray "Crash" Corrigan as Clark Stuart, government official with a treaty with Mexico
Hoot Gibson as Walter Jamison, Leader of the Wagon train
LeRoy Mason as Alfredo Dupray, Spanish dictator determined to hold onto power
Duncan Renaldo as 'Zamorro', one of Dupray's henchmen
Sammy McKim as Young Christopher 'Kit' Carson, along as part of the wagon train
Hal Taliaferro as Jim Bowie, along as part of the wagon train
Jack Perrin as Davy Crockett, along as part of the wagon train
Oscar and Elmer as 'Oscar and Elmer', a comedy duo with the wagon train
Julia Thayer as 'The Rider', woman believed to be Indian Spirit riding a Ghost Horse
Yakima Canutt as 'Tom', one of Dupray's henchmen
Matson Williams as 'Macklin', one of Dupray's henchmen undercover on the wagon train
Duke Taylor as 'Bill', one of Dupray's henchmen
Loren Riebe as 'Pedro', one of Dupray's henchmen
George DeNormand as 'Oldham', one of Dupray's henchmen undercover on wagon train
Gordon De Main as 'Governor'
Charles King as 'Bull Smith', one of Dupray's henchmen
Vinegar Roan as 'Pete', one of Dupray's henchmen

 Chapter titles

Trail to Empire 
Rider of the Stallion 
The Death Leap
Volley of Death
Thundering Wheels
Trail Treachery
The Whistling Arrow
The Fatal Message
Tunnel of Terror
Human Targets 

From: Wikipedia the Free Encyclopedia
Your Serial comes on a DVD-R in a Paper Protective Sleeve with Color 
Artwork on the DVD. 
Please keep in mind that this movie is of very good quality for its age, but is over 75 years old. This is Not HD quality and may not look that great on your large flat screen TV.
This Classic Serial is in the Public Domain.

Date of release: June 5, 1937
Date entered public domain:
June 5, 1965