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Roar of the Iron Horse 

1951 - 15 Chapters


Roar of the Iron Horse had hero Jock Mahoney in his first leading role, 
playing Jim Grant, a railroad agent, opposing a typical hard faced German, 
George Eldred, called The Baron. Head of a strong ring in America, the 
infamous Baron was thwarted time and time again as he tried to sabotage 
the building of the transcontinental railroad with all the means to his scope, 
strategically bribing the local Indians into doing his dirty work. Mahoney was 
an ideal choice to play the lead character, and the role marked the beginning 
of a long and rewarding association with Columbia Pictures.


Jock O'Mahoney as Jim Grant
Virginia Herrick as Carol Lane
William Fawcett as Rocky
Hal Landon as Tom Lane
Jack Ingram as Homer Lathrop
Mickey Simpson as Cal
George Eldred as The Baron
Myron Healey as Ace
Rusty Wescoatt as Scully
Frank Ellis as Beefy
Pierce Lyden as Erv Hopkins
Dick Curtis as Campo
Hugh Prosser as Lefty
Tommy Farrell as Del
Bud Osborne as Outlaw
Rick Vallin as White Eagle

Chapter titles

Indian Attack
Captured by Redskins
Trapped by Outlaws
In the Baron's Stronghold
A Ride for Life
White Indians
Fumes of Fate
Midnight Marauders
Raid of the Pay Train
Trapped on a Trestle
Redskin's Revenge
Plunge of Peril
The Law Takes Over
When Killers Meet
The End of the Trail


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.

Released on May 5, 1951
Entered public domain on January 1, 1971