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Rare classic movies on DVD! Our DVD-Rs are region-free, studio titles are Region 1.

Marshal of Laredo (1945) DVD-R

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Bill Elliott, Robert Blake, Alice Fleming, Peggy Stewart, Jack McClendon


Directed by R.G. Springsteen


Print: Black and White

Runtime: 56min

Genre: Western

Language: English



Red Ryder (Bill Elliott as Wild Bill Elliott) chases and catches a bank robber, but the robber's boss, Denver Jack (Roy Barcroft) has him released by a crooked lawyer, Larry Randall (Robert Grady). Later, Randall decides he wants to reform and tells Denver he is quitting. Denver has him framed on a murder charge and Randall is to be hanged...unless Red Ryder and Little Beaver (Bobby Blake) can uncover evidence to prove his innocence.


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Bill Elliott, Robert Blake, Alice Fleming, Peggy Stewart, Jack McClendon
Directed by R.G. Springsteen
Print: Black and White
Runtime: 56min
Genre: Western
Language: English

Red Ryder (Bill Elliott as Wild Bill Elliott) chases and catches a bank robber, but the robber's boss, Denver Jack (Roy Barcroft) has him released by a crooked lawyer, Larry Randall (Robert Grady). Later, Randall decides he wants to reform and tells Denver he is quitting. Denver has him framed on a murder charge and Randall is to be hanged...unless Red Ryder and Little Beaver (Bobby Blake) can uncover evidence to prove his innocence.

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