Blue Steel (1934) was a Western - Black-and-white Film directed by Robert N. Bradbury and produced by Robert N. Bradbury and Paul Malvern.
Blue Steel (1934)By Brandy Dean on Mar 31, 2013 From Pretty Clever Films
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Malgrove's house is the same house as Juanita's house in The Desert Trail and as the Matlock ranch-house in The Star Packer.
Carruthers and Sherriff Withers jump into the same river at the same point as Weston and Spike Barton do in The Man from Utah.
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