Mojave Firebrand

Mojave Firebrand

Director: Spencer Gordon Bennet

Year: 1944

Plot: In 1877, the mule of prospector Hayes knocks over a rock filled with Silver. With the rich strike, Hayes want to build a peaceful town, but with the mines comes outlaws and Epitaph is soon overrun by the criminals. Tracy Dalton is the boss behind the outlaws and things look up when Bill Elliott passes through town. However, Bill is just passing through, but a few bullets tossed at him and a pretty school teacher make him stay for a few days to look into ending the lawlessness.—Tony Fontana <>
Original Title: Mojave Firebrand
Director: Spencer Gordon Bennet
Writer: Norman S. Hall
Producer: Edward J. White
Type: movie
Year: 1944
Genres: Western
Cast: Bill Elliott , George 'Gabby' Hayes , Anne Jeffreys , LeRoy Mason , Jack Ingram , Harry McKim , Karl Hackett , Forrest Taylor , Hal Price , Marshall Reed , Kenne Duncan , Bud Geary , Jack Kirk , Bob Burns , Horace B. Carpenter , Jess Cavin , Victor Cox , Art Dillard , Frank Ellis , Fred Graham , Silver Harr , Tom London , Robert Milasch , Kansas Moehring , Bill Nestell , George Plues , Tom Smith , Larry Steers , Jack Tornek
Runtimes: 55
Countries: United States
Languages: English
Color Info: Black and White
Aspect Ratio: 1.37 : 1
Sound Mix: Mono::(RCA Sound System)
Original Air Date: 19 Mar 1944 (USA)
Rating: 6.4
Votes: 48
Year: 1944
Akas: Força da Lei (Brazil)
Production Companies: Republic Pictures Corporation
Distributors: Republic Pictures (I) , Empire Universal Films , British Lion Film Corporation , Dada-Dada & Company , Jacabo Huberman , Cinematografico de Pacifico , Perez and Company , Republic Pictures of Puerto Rico , Tropical Films de Cuba , Republic Pictures Do Brazil , Compania Distribuidora Films , Republic Films of C. A.
Cinematographer: Ernest Miller
Producer: Edward J. White
Art Direction: Fred A. Ritter
Certificates: United States:Passed::(National Board of Review) , United States:Approved
Composer: Mort Glickman
Editor: Harry Keller
Sound Crew: Fred Stahl
Music Department: Mort Glickman , Paul Sawtell
Assistant Director: Joe Dill
Set Decoration: George Milo
Stunt Performer: Tom Steele