Born to Battle (1935 film)

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Born to Battle
Born to Battle FilmPoster.jpeg
Directed by Harry S. Webb
Produced by Harry S. Webb (associate producer)
Bernard B. Ray (producer)[citation needed] (uncredited)
Written by Oliver Drake (story)
Rose Gordon (continuity)
Carl Krusada (dialogue)
Starring See below
Cinematography J. Henry Kruse
Edited by Frederick Bain
Distributed by William Steiner
Release date
Running time
63 minutes
55 minutes (American Alpha Video print)
Country United States
Language English

Born to Battle is a 1935 American western produced by Bernard B. Ray and Harry S. Webb and directed by Webb for Reliable Pictures.


"Cyclone" Tom Saunders, a free-spirited cowboy, is hired by a ranchers' association to look into a series of cattle thefts, for which they suspect a pair of "nesters". When Saunders discovers that the nesters are an old man and his pretty young daughter and could not be the rustlers, he begins to suspect that Nate Lenox, a bullying ranch foreman, might have something to do with it.


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