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Raiders of San Joaquin (1943)

An outlaw gang is stealing land under the pretense that they are getting it for a railway.



(screenplay), (screenplay) (as Morgan B. Cox) | 1 more credit »


Cast overview, first billed only:
Gil Blake
Eustace Clairmont
Joseph E. Bernard ...
Jim Blake (as Joseph Bernard)
George Eldredge ...
Henry Roquemore ...
John Rogers
R.R. Vice President Morgan
Marshal Clark
Stage Bandit
Robert Thompson ...
Rancher Johnson
Deputy Tanner
Scoop Martin ...


The railroad is coming and two local business men are after the deeds to the ranches needed for the right-of-way. The Railroad Company sends Rocky to investigate the trouble and he finds Gus Sloan has deeds obtainded at the point of a gun. So Rocky robs Sloan to get the deeds. But he must now find Sloan's partner and figure out why the deeds are not signed by the new owners. Written by Maurice VanAuken <vanauken@comcast.net>

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TWO-FISTED BUCKAROOS making things tough for the Raiders of the San Joaquin See more »







Release Date:

1 May 1943 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Tromeros kavallaris  »

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Sound Mix:

(Western Electric Recording)

Aspect Ratio:

1.37 : 1
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The Hatches and the Morgans
Written by Oliver Drake
Sung by Fuzzy Knight and the Jimmy Wakely Trio
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Two cowboy heroes for Jennifer Holt
2 January 2017 | by (Buffalo, New York) – See all my reviews

Raiders Of San Joaquin finds Johnny Mack Brown, son of the railroad president doing a job of investigation. Rumors of trouble with railroad getting the right of way has brought Brown in incognito with friends Fuzzy Knight and the Jimmy Wakely Trio for musical interludes.

Tex Ritter and Jennifer Holt are the children of neighboring ranchers who are the last holdouts. When Ritter's father is killed he goes on a rampage.

The railroad's purchasing agent George Eldredge has gone into business on his own. And the one behind him is not the usual sort of villain one found in B westerns of the day.

And with two cowboy heroes it's not really clear who Jennifer Holt is going to wind up with. She's a winner either way.

B western fans will also approve.

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