Original lobby card
|Directed by||Sam Newfield|
|Produced by||Sigmund Neufeld|
|Written by||Joseph O'Donnell|
|Cinematography||Robert E. Cline|
|Edited by||Robert O. Crandall|
|Distributed by||Producers Releasing Corporation|
|5 November 1943|
Billy and Fuzzy are in charge of the local branch of the Pony Express. When a stagecoach line comes to town the Pony Express retains the weekly mail delivery contract whilst the stagecoach line takes freight and passengers. When the stagecoach line decides to do a daily mail service Billy and Fuzzy initially welcome the competition. However, two scheming businessman feel the stagecoach line would threaten their wealth and they plot to have the Pony Express and stagecoach line fight each other by each blaming the other for the sabotage done by the henchmen of the businessmen.
- Buster Crabbe as Billy Carson
- Al St. John as Fuzzy Q. Jones
- Patti McCarty as Sally Farrell
- Charles King as Del Stone
- John Merton as Jim Higgins
- Kermit Maynard as Henchman Red
- Frank LaRue as Tom Farrell
- Jack Ingram as Henchman Turner
- George Chesebro as Curley
- Tex Williams and the Big Slicker Band - "She's Mine"
- Tex Williams and the Big Slicker Band - "It Don't Mean Anything Now"
- Devil Riders on Internet Movie Database
- Devil Riders is available for free download at the Internet Archive ([Alternative link])
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