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Desert Gold, 1936 movie adaptation

29 Jul

 

1936: Desert Storm (Information from IMDB)

Plot: Chet Kasedon is after the Indians hidden gold mine but Chief Moya will not reveal it’s location. He has also hired mining engineers Gale and Mortimer to locate the mine. When Gale sees Kasedon’s cruelty to Moya, he switches sides. (IMDB)

Produced by Paramount Pictures

  • with Harold Hurley as producer,
  • and William T. Lackey as assistant producer.

Directed by James P. Hogan

  • Stanley Goldsmith as second assistant director

Adapted from Zane Grey’s novel “Desert Gold” (see my review) by Stuart Anthony and Robert Yost

Buster Crabbe Larry “Buster” Crabbe …Chief Moya

Tom Keene Tom Keene …Randolph Gale

Monte Blue Monte Blue …Chetley ‘Chet’ Kasedon

Marsha Hunt Marsha Hunt …Judy Belding

Robert Cummings Robert Cummings …Fordyce ‘Ford’ Mortimer

Raymond Hatton Raymond Hatton …Doc Belding

Frank Mayo Frank Mayo …Bert Lash – Henchman

Walter Miller Walter Miller …Hank Ladd – Henchman

Leif Erickson Leif (Glenn) Erickson …Glenn Kasedon
Billy Bletcher Billy Bletcher …Bob – a Wedding Guest

James P. Burtis …Sleeping Stage Passenger

Si Jenks Si Jenks …Stage Driver Bert

Willis Marks …J.T. Winters – Assayer

Robert McKenzie Robert McKenzie …Wedding Guest Serving Punch

John Merkyl John Merkyl …Tribal Elder

Art Mix Art Mix …Henchman

Philip Morris …Sentry
Gertrude Simpson …Wedding Guest
Ed Thorpe …Indian
Anders Van Haden …Tribal Elder

Cinematography by George T. Clemens

Film Editing by Chandler House

Art by Hans Dreier and David S. Garber

  • Set Decoration by A.E. Freudeman

Sound by Walter Oberst (recordist)

  • Adolph Zukor (presenter)

Translations:

  • Danish: Kampen om guldminen
  • Portugese: Roubada a Tempo

Reviews:

 
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