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|Directed by||James P. Hogan|
|Written by||Zane Grey (novel)|
Stuart Anthony (screenplay) and
Robert Yost (screenplay)
|Produced by||Harold Hurley (producer)|
William T. Lackey (associate producer)
|Cinematography||George T. Clemens|
|Edited by||Chandler House|
|Distributed by||Paramount Pictures|
Desert Gold is a 1936 American Western film directed by James P. Hogan, starring Buster Crabbe and Marsha Hunt, based on a Zane Grey novel and released by Paramount Pictures. The film's sets were designed by David S. Garber, overseen by Hans Dreier.
The film is also known as Desert Storm (American reissue title).
- Buster Crabbe as Chief Moya
- Robert Cummings as Fordyce "Ford" Mortimer
- Marsha Hunt as Judith "Judy" Belding
- Tom Keene as Randolph Gale
- Leif Erickson as Glenn Kasedon
- Monte Blue as Chetley "Chet" Kasedon
- Raymond Hatton as Doc Belding
- Walter Miller as Henchman Hank Ladd
- Frank Mayo as Henchman Bert Lash
The Los Angeles Times said "it is all well done."
- Comics Hit of New Bill: Mitchell and Durant in Orpheum Spotlight Los Angeles Times June 18, 1936: 11.
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