Sheriff of Tombstone
|Sheriff of Tombstone|
Theatrical release poster
|Directed by||Joseph Kane|
|Produced by||Joseph Kane|
|Screenplay by||Olive Cooper|
|Story by||James Webb|
|Music by||Cy Feuer|
|Edited by||Tony Martinelli|
|Distributed by||Republic Pictures|
Lawman Brett Starr leaves his job in Dodge City to take up a sheriff's job in Tombstone, Arizona where his two brothers are. Brett finds out that the position has been offered to the unscrupulous lawman Shotgun Cassidy. Starr impersonates Shotgun and after he is appointed sheriff seeks to expose the corruptuion and wrongdoing of the town authorities.
- Roy Rogers as Brett Starr
- George "Gabby" Hayes as Judge Gabby Whittaker
- Elyse Knox as Mary Carson
- Addison Richards as Mayor Luke Keeler
- Sally Payne as Queenie Whittaker, aka Queenie LaTour
- Harry Woods as Shotgun Cassidy
- Zeffie Tilbury as Granny Carson
- Hal Taliaferro as A.J. Slade
- Jay Novello as John Anderson / Joe Martinez
- Jack Ingram as Bill Starr
- Roy Rogers - "Ridin' On a Rocky Road"
- Sally Payne, with Oscar Gahan (Piano) and Spade Cooley (Fiddle Player) - "Two-Gun Pete"
- Sally Payne - "Don't Gamble With Romance"
- Roy Rogers and George "Gabby" Hayes - "Sons of the Western Soil"
- Sheriff of Tombstone at the Internet Movie Database
- Sheriff of Tombstone is available for free download at the Internet Archive
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