|The Hard Hombre|
G. Raymond Nye in the film
|Directed by||Otto Brower|
|Produced by||M. H. Hoffman Jr.|
|Written by||Jack Natteford|
|Story by||Jack Natteford|
|Edited by||Mildred Johnston|
Allied Pictures Corp.
The Hard Hombre is a 1931 American Western film directed by Otto Brower and starring rodeo champion Hoot Gibson. The film follows a simpleton rancher who is mistaken for the notorious outlaw known as "The Hard Hombre."
- Hoot Gibson as William Penn "Peaceful" Patton
- Lina Basquette as Senora Martini
- Mathilde Comont as Maria Romero
- G. Raymond Nye as Joe Barlow
- Jessie Arnold as Mrs. Patton
- Jack Byron as Abe
- Christian J. Frank as Sheriff
- Rosa Gore as Wife In Shack
- Skeeter Bill Robbins as Slim
- Frank Winkleman as The Hard Hombre
Principal photography for The Hard Hombre began on July 14, 1931, where the opening scenes were filmed at Vasquez Rocks in Angeles National Forest. It is one of the first films to be filmed in part at the popular rock formation.
- Hard Hombre at the Internet Movie Database
- Hard Hombre is available for free download at the Internet Archive
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