Devil Riders (1943)

Director
Sam Newfield

Main cast
Buster Crabbe; Al St. John; Patti McCarty; Charles King

Genres
Western, Action

Description
A crooked lawyer and his gang are trying to steal some government land meant for a stagecoach company. The company hires a cowboy to stop them.


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