The Fighting Deputy

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The Fighting Deputy
The Fighting Deputy.jpg
Directed by Sam Newfield
Produced by Jed Buell (producer)
George H. Callaghan (associate producer)
Written by Bennett Cohen (story)
William Lively (adaptation)
Starring See below
Edited by William Hess
Distributed by Spectrum Pictures
Release date
  • December 5, 1937 (1937-12-05)
Running time
61 minutes
Country United States
Language English

The Fighting Deputy is a 1937 American western directed by Sam Newfield and produced by Jed Buell for Spectrum Pictures.

Plot[edit]

Sheriff Dan Bentley (Frank LaRue) and Deputy Tom Bentley (Fred Scott) are after Scar Adams / Jim Denton (Charles King), the brother of Alice Denton (Phoebe Logan).

Tom Bentley plans to marry Alice Denton, but Sheriff Dan Bentley, Tom's father, is wounded and offers Tom the job as sheriff. Alice makes Tom refuse the job, but when Scar kills his father, Tom puts on the badge and takes off after him.

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