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The Bad Man of Brimstone (1937) was a Western - Black-and-white Film directed by J. Walter Ruben and produced by Harry Rapf.

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Studio records list John Wray in the role of "Mr. Grant", but he was replaced by Wade Boteler. Other actors in studio records not appearing in the film were John T. Murray (Preacher), George Regas (Indian Chief), and Harry Wilson (Bargee LaFarge).
Wallace Beery accidentally shot himself in the leg with a blank cartridge and was unable to work for two weeks.
A contemporary review mentioned that the character, "Trigger Bill', was a composite of outlaws "James H. 'Dog' Kelley", "Blinky Jones" and "Dr. John W. 'Doc' Holliday".
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Also directed by J. Walter Ruben




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Also released in 1937




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