Ghost Of Hidden Valley

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Released 1946

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Director:
Sam Newfield
Released:
1946
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Ghost Of Hidden Valley is a 1946 western about a supposedly haunted ranch and its new owner. When cowboy Billy Carson (Buster Crabbe) and his grizzled sidekick, Fuzzy (Al St. John), visit the post office in Canyon City, Arizona, Fuzzy picks up a letter from the wife of an old pal. She writes that her son Henry (John Meredith), a young man just out of Oxford, should experience a bit of the "rugged life," so his father has purchased a property in the vicinity. The property is, of course, Hidden Valley. Henry soon arrives by stagecoach with a ten-gallon hat, sheepskin chaps and his butler (Jimmy Aubrey) in tow. When the four men attempt to spend a night at the ranch, they are spooked, not by ghosts, but instead by the gang of cattle rustlers who have been using the ranch as their hideout. The credits for Ghost Of Hidden Valley include legendary director Sam Newfield who made over 250 films in his career.

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