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The Painted Stallion (1937) was a Western - Adventure Film directed by Ray Taylor and Alan James .

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Lt. Gov. Alfredo Dupray: A whistling arrow...
Zamorro: A whistling arrow warned the fur traders before they got into range. After that we could do nothing.
Lt. Gov. Alfredo Dupray: Bah! It's time we put a stop to these-these interuptions.
Zamorro: All the peons and the Indians think for sure that the stallion is a ghost horse and the rider an Indian spirit.
Lt. Gov. Alfredo Dupray: No spirit ever shot an arrow like this.

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The rights to Hal G. Evarts' story were sold to Republic Pictures by his widow. Ironically, the serial isn't faithful whatsoever to Evarts' original story: the writers substituted an entirely different story.
Chapter Titles: 1. Trail to Empire; 2. The Rider of the Stallion' 3. The Death Leap; 4. Avalanche; 5. Volley of Death; 6. Thundering Wheels; 7. Trail Treachery; 8. The Whistling Arrow; 9. The Fatal Message; 10. Ambush; 11. Tunnel of Terror; 12. Human Targets.
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