Randy Rides Alone

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Randy Rides Alone
Poster of the movie Randy Rides Alone.jpg
Film poster
Directed by Harry L. Fraser
Produced by Paul Malvern for Lone Star Productions
Written by Lindsley Parsons
Cinematography Archie Stout
Edited by Carl Pierson
Distributed by Monogram Pictures
Release date
  • June 5, 1934 (1934-06-05)
Running time
53 minutes
Country United States
Language English

Randy Rides Alone is a Western film made in 1934. The 53-minute black-and-white film was directed by Harry L. Fraser, produced by Paul Malvern for Lone Star Productions and released by Monogram Pictures.


Bandits led by Matt the Mute enter a bar and kill multiple people. Randy Bowers comes to town and is framed by Matt the Mute, who is working with the sheriff, who doesn't know that Matt is really a criminal. Matt the Mute writes out everything he wants to say. Randy escapes with the help of Sally Rogers, the niece of the dead owner of the bar. Bowers runs from the sheriff and ends up in a cave in which the bandits have their hideout. They kidnap Sally, who escapes with the help of Bowers. Matt the Mute is killed when he enters the bar, which is filled with explosives. The niece marries Randy.


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