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Kit Carson (1940, Jon Hall, Dana Andrews)

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Filmed on location at the Navajo Indian Reservation in Arizona, Kit Carson is an action-packed Western based on the story of a real-life 19th-century scout and tracker. The strong cast is led by JON HALL and DANA ANDREWS as two men fighting hostile Indian tribes and for the affections of Dolores Murphy (LYNN BARI), while there’s also a rare opportunity to see TV’s The Lone Ranger (CLAYTON MOORE) unmasked.

production details
USA | 97 minutes | 1940

Director: George B. Seitz
Script: George Bruce, Evelyn Wells

cast
Jon Hall as Kit Carson
Lynn Bari as Dolores Murphy
Dana Andrews as Captain John C. Fremont
Harold Huber as Lopez
Ward Bond as Ape
Renie Riano as Miss Pilchard
Clayton Moore as Paul Terry
Rowena Cook as Alice Terry
Raymond Hatton as Jim Bridger
Harry Strang as Sergeant Clanahan
C. Henry Gordon as General Castro
Lew Merrill as General Vallejo
Stanley Andrews as Larkin
Edwin Maxwell as John Sutter
George Lynn as James King
Charles Stevens as Ruiz
William Farnum as Don Miguel Murphy
Stephanie Toler as
Iron Eyes Cody as Indian
Tex Cooper as Californian
Blaney Harris as Second Lieutenant
Al Haskell as Californian
Al Kikume as Indian Chief
Chief Many Treaties as Indian Chief
Julian Rivero as Californian
Harry Semels as Aide
Jay Silverheels as Indian
Charles Soldani as Indian

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