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Tombstone Terror (1935) / The Mexicali Kid (1938)

A noble cowboy bears the burdens of his irresponsible identical twin brother. / Heroic Jack Randall joins up with the bandit, the Mexicali Kid, to track down the killer of his brother.
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  • Run Time: 1 hours, 44 minutes
  • Video: Black & White
  • Encoding: Region 0 (Worldwide)
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  • Originally Released: 1935
  • Label: Alpha Video

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Tombstone Terror (1935, B&W): Excitement comes in a double dose as Bob Steele plays look-alike brothers, the upstanding Jimmy and the lowdown Duke. Their father, a ranch owner, is dying, so to ease his pain, Jimmy pretends to be Duke and, in a touching bedside visit, promises to turn over a new leaf. Duke's partners in crime also can't tell the difference between the two men and mistakenly tell Jimmy about their newest cattle-rustling scheme. Jimmy seizes upon this opportunity to try and smash the criminal gang. Starring Bob Steele, George "Gabby" Hayes, Kay McCoy, Earl Dwire, John Elliott; Directed by Robert N. Bradbury.

The Mexicali Kid (1938, B&W): Searching the west for the outlaws who killed his brother, Jack Wood stumbles upon the Mexicali Kid unconscious in the desert and saves his life. The young hombre becomes loyal to Jack. They proceed to Payson City where Gorson, the crooked manager of the Payson Ranch, hires Jack to pose as the heir to the land that he plans to steal. All trails lead to bullets, blood and a full serving of six-shooter justice. Starring Jack Randall, Wesley Barry, Eleanor Stewart, Wilhelm von Brincken, Glenn Strange; Directed by Wallace W. Fox.

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  • Sales Rank: 733
  • UPC: 089218727497
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