Riding with Buffalo Bill

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Riding with Buffalo Bill
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Original theater lobby card
Directed by Spencer Gordon Bennet
Produced by Sam Katzman
Written by George H. Plympton (story)
Starring Marshall Reed
Rick Vallin
Joanne Rio
Shirley Witney
Jack Ingram
Music by Mischa Bakaleinikoff
Cinematography Ira H. Morgan
Black and white
Edited by Earl Turner
Distributed by Columbia Pictures
Release date
  • December 11, 1954 (1954-12-11)
Running time
15 episodes (280 minutes)
Country United States
Language English

Riding with Buffalo Bill (1954) is the 54th serial released by Columbia Pictures.


In this serial, the intrepid Buffalo Bill Cody comes to aid miner Rocky Ford and a group of ranchers in their defeat of a local crime lord, King Carney, who is trying to keep the new railroad out of the territory in order to carry on with his illegal operations. Then Rocky asks Cody to don the disguise of a legendary masked man, known as The Ridin' Terror, who once before smashed outlaw rule in the area. In response, Cody enlists the support of Rocky, the settler Reb Morgan and his sister Ruth, and plans offensive strategy to eradicate Carney and his outlaws. It takes him 15 episodes, each full of thrilling chases, fights, and assorted action all backed by a competent musical score.


Chapter titles[edit]

  1. The Ridin' Terror from St. Joe
  2. Law of the Six Gun
  3. Raiders from Ghost Town
  4. Cody to the Rescue
  5. Midnight Marauders
  6. Under the Avalanche
  7. Night Attack
  8. Trapped in the Powder Shack
  9. Into an Outlaw Trap
  10. Blast of Oblivion
  11. The Depths of the Earth
  12. The Ridin' Terror
  13. Trapped in the Apache Mine
  14. Railroad Wreckers
  15. Law Comes to the West


See also[edit]


  1. ^ Cline, William C. (1984). "Filmography". In the Nick of Time. McFarland & Company, Inc. p. 256. ISBN 0-7864-0471-X. 

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Preceded by
Gunfighters of the Northwest (1954)
Columbia Serial
Riding with Buffalo Bill (1954)
Succeeded by
The Adventures of Captain Africa (1955)