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Blue Steel (1934) was a Western - Black-and-white Film directed by Robert N. Bradbury and produced by Robert N. Bradbury and Paul Malvern.

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Blue Steel (1934)

By Brandy Dean on Mar 31, 2013 From Pretty Clever Films

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John Carruthers: I'm glad you decided to drift along with me. It's kind of lonesome trailing alone.

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The plot is very similar to Lawless Range - a hidden gold deposit, a wealthy man cutting off supplies to the valley with the intention of buying up the properties cheaply.
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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