Texas to Bataan
|Texas to Bataan|
|Directed by||Robert Emmett Tansey|
|Produced by||Dick Ross (associate producer)|
George W. Weeks (producer)
|Written by||Arthur Hoerl|
|Cinematography||Robert E. Cline|
|Edited by||S. Roy Luby|
|16 October 1942|
The film is also known as The Long, Long Trail in the United Kingdom.
Prior to the attack on Pearl Harbor, the U.S. Army buys some horses from the Range Busters' ranch for service in the Philippines. The cowboys tangle with Axis spies in both Texas and in the Philippines.
- John 'Dusty' King as Dusty King
- David Sharpe as Davy Sharpe
- Max Terhune as Alibi Terhune
- Elmer as Elmer Sneezeweed - Alibi's dummy
- Marjorie Manners as Dallas Conroy
- Steve Clark as Tom Conroy
- Budd Buster as Tad Kelton
- E. Baucin as Cookie (the spy)
- Frank Ellis as Ken Richards (crooked rancher)
- Kenne Duncan as Army Captain Anders
- Guy Kingsford as Miller
- Carl Mathews as Truck henchman
- Tex Palmer as Truck henchman
- Tom Steele as Truck henchman
- Al Ferguson as Cafe henchman
- John "Dusty" King - "Me and My Pony" (Written by John "Dusty" King)
- John "Dusty" King - "Goodbye Old Paint" (Traditional)
- John "Dusty" King - "Home on the Range"
- Fojas, Camilla (2014). Islands of Empire : Pop Culture and U.S. Power. Austin: University of Texas Press. ISBN 9780292756304., esp. pp 25, 33, 35, 46-47.
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