The Law of the Wild

The Law of the Wild is a 1934 American western serial film produced by Nat Levine, directed by B. Reeves Eason and Armand Schaefer, distributed by Mascot Pictures, and starring two famous animal stars, Rex the Wonder Horse and Rin Tin Tin Jr. as the serial's two leads. Bob Custer played hero John Sheldon, Richard Cramer played villain Frank Nolan, and famed comedian Ben Turpin co-starred as the comic relief sidekick Henry.

The Law of the Wild
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Film poster
Directed byB. Reeves Eason
Armand Schaefer
Louis Germonprez (asst.)
George Webster (asst.)
William Witney (asst.)
Written byFord Beebe
B. Reeves Eason
Sherman L. Lowe
Al Martin
John Rathmell
Produced byNat Levine
StarringRex King of the Wild Horses
Rin Tin Tin, Jr.
Ben Turpin
Bob Custer
Lucile Browne
Richard Cramer
CinematographyErnest Miller
William Nobles
Edited byWyndham Gittens
Earl Turner
Music byLee Zahler
David Broekman
Distributed byMascot Pictures
Release date
  • 1934 (1934)
Running time
12 chapters (225 minutes)
CountryUnited States
LanguageEnglish

PlotEdit

John Sheldon is falsely accused by Frank Nolan of killing Lou Salters. Nolan steals Sheldon's horse Rex while Sheldon is in jail, with plans to ride him in a big race. Sheldon's friend Alice and her comedic sidekick Henry rescue the horse with the aid of Rin Tin Tin Jr., and Alice rides him in the race instead. The winnings from the race are used to pay for Sheldon's legal defense.

CastEdit

EpisodesEdit

  1. The Man Killer
  2. The Battle of the Strong
  3. The Cross-eyed Goony
  4. Avenging Fangs
  5. A Dead Man's Hand
  6. Horse-thief Justice
  7. The Death Stampede
  8. The Canyon of Calamity
  9. Robbers Roost
  10. King of the Range
  11. Winner Take All
  12. The Grand Sweepstakes

Source:[1]

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Cline, William C. (1984). "Filmography". In the Nick of Time. McFarland & Company, Inc. pp. 210–211. ISBN 0-7864-0471-X.

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Preceded by
Burn 'Em Up Barnes (1934)
Mascot Serial
The Law of the Wild (1934)
Succeeded by
Mystery Mountain (1934)