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Disguised as Indians, ruthless gunman attack a covered wagon, They murder the mother, and father and leave their two young sons for dead. Years later, the killers have beome respected and prominent businessmen in the town of Red Dog. But their success is interrupted when one by one, they are found brutally murdered, victims of a homicidal phantom known only as "The Rawhide Killer." Begun as a serial and converted to a B-Western following a production hiatus, writer, producer Victor Adamson's The Rawhide Terror features fine location photography and Adamson himself playing the role of ranch hand "Al Blake." A rodeo champion in New Zealand, Adamson became a busy director and actor in the silent era, often using the name "Art Mix" or "Denver Dixon." His son was renowned low-budget exploitation director Al Adamson.

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ALP6491 Rawhide Terror DVD (1934/Art Mix) $5.99