Winners of the West

HEROES OF THE IRON HORSE!...Daring redskins and renegades to blaze the rail trail to the West!

Categories: Western, Action
Beyond Hell's Gate Pass is territory controlled by a man who calls himself King Carter; he uses a variety of schemes to prevent the railroad from being built, for fear it will finish his control of (what he considers) his land.

Status: Released IMDb
Release date: 1940-07-02
Run time: 247 minute / 4:7
Directors: Ford Beebe, Ray Taylor.
Writers: Basil Dickey, George H. Plympton, Charles R. Condon.
Production Company : Universal Pictures
Production Country: United States of America



Dick Foran
as Jeff Ramsay
Anne Nagel
as Claire Hartford
Harry Woods
as King Carter
Tom Fadden
as Tex Houston
James Craig
as Jim Jackson
Charles Stevens
as Snakeye
Edward Keane
as John Hartford
Trevor Bardette
as Raven
Edgar Edwards
as Tim
Edmund Cobb
as Maddox
William Desmond
as Bill Brine
Roy Barcroft
as Logan
Slim Whitaker
as Lacey
Veola Vonn
as Rita (saloon singer)
Evelyn Selbie
as Jennie
Iron Eyes Cody
as indian
Chief Yowlachie
as Chief War Eagle
Gene Alsace
as Soldier in Town
Silver Tip Baker
as Barfly
James Blaine
as Sen. Dodson
Al Bridge
as Captain
Charles Brunner
as Indian
Horace B. Carpenter
as Barfly
Jack Casey
as Chief Surveyor
Ed Cassidy
as Marshal Bowers
Jim Corey
as Townsman
Grace Cunard
as Townswoman
Harold De Becker
as Bartender
Art Dillard
as Workman
Earl Douglas
as Ed Craig
Frank Ellis
as Joe - Henchman
Jim Farley
as Greely
Fred Graham
as Townsman
Henry Hall
as Man Who Exits Saloon
Chuck Hamilton
as Indian Raider
Al Haskell
as Townsman
Bob Kortman
as Gorbel
Tom London
as Henchman Webb
Robert Long
as Sergeant
Johnny Luther
as Townsman / Musician
Cliff Lyons
as Indian / Henchman
George Magrill
as Henchman
Kermit Maynard
as Townsman
Bud McClure
as Townsman
Art Mix
as Townsman
Jack Montgomery
as Workman
George Morrell
as Barfly
Chuck Morrison
as Blade - Henchman
Chuck Morrison
as Workman
Artie Ortego
as Indian Raider
Bud Osborne
as Hacienda Guard
Tex Palmer
as Wagon Driver
Eddie Parker
as Henchman
James Pierce
as Charlie Nelson - Lumberman
George Plues
as Stage Driver / Worker / Wagon driver
Rose Plumer
as Townswoman
Paul Reed
as Lieutenant
Bob Reeves
as Townsman
Dick Rush
as Townsman in Mob
Charles Sherlock
as Orderly
as Smoky - Jeff's Horse
Rudy Sooter
as Workman
George Sowards
as Card Player
Harry Tenbrook
as Rooney
Ken Terrell
as Indian
Jack Tornek
as Townsman
Philip Van Zandt
as Henchman
Jack Voglin
as Sergeant
Billy Wilkerson
as Indian
Henry Wills
as Townsman / Indian
Hank Worden
as Drunk
Bill Hunter
as Henchman Stark
Ford Beebe Director

Jerome Ash Director of Photography

Henry Wills Stunts

Ray Taylor Director

Basil Dickey Screenplay
George H. Plympton Screenplay

Henry MacRae Producer

Eddie Parker Stunts
Chuck Hamilton Stunts

William A. Sickner Director of Photography

Louis Sackin Editor

Fred Graham Stunts
Kermit Maynard Stunts

Charles R. Condon Screenplay

Joseph Gluck Editor

Cliff Lyons Stunts

John Hickson Director of Photography

Ken Terrell Stunts

Alvin Todd Editor

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