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The Telegraph Trail (1933) was a Western - Black-and-white Film directed by Tenny Wright and produced by Leon Schlesinger and Sid Rogell.

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Gus Lynch: You are wise, High Wolf. Them singin' wires would call the soldiers and that would mean the finish for your braves.
High Wolf: Good. Gus Lynch good friend to Red Man.
Gus Lynch: I tell you only what is good for High Wolf and his people.
High Wolf: Ugh!

Corporal Tippy: [Referring to Alice] I told ya she's in cahoots with Lynch.
John Trent: I don't know what their game is, but I'm not letting any woman pull the wool over my eyes!
Corporal Tippy: What wool?

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This is the film that James Cagney is shown as an example of talking pictures (and the reason for his impending unemployment) in Footlight Parade.
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