The Marshal of Windy Hollow
|The Marshal of Windy Hollow|
|Directed by||Jerry Whittington|
|Produced by||Sunset Carson|
|Written by||Norman Sheldon (writer)|
|Music by||Dee Barton|
|Edited by||Jerry Whittington|
The Marshal of Windy Hollow is a 1972 American film directed by Jerry Whittington and starring Sunset Carson. The film is unique in that it reunites several well-known B movie actors from 1940s Westerns for one last outing.
The plot is standard Western B movie fare. The Marshal of Windy Hollow (Sunset Carson) teams up with a Texas Ranger (Ken Maynard) to stop a band of outlaws who are preying on innocent settlers and stealing their gold.
- Sunset Carson as the Marshal
- Ken Maynard as the Texas Ranger
- Tex Ritter as the Mayor
- Tex Barr as Bull
- Bill Cody, Jr. as Indian Chief
- Buster Jones as the Outlaw
The Marshal of Windy Hollow was filmed as a true B Western and wrapped up after 12 days of shooting. It is reportedly an action-packed Western in the style of the classic B movies of the 1930s and 1940s. However, the film was never released to the public and today its whereabouts are unknown. In 2012, the undeveloped film turned up in Texas after an estate sale but again, current location is still unknown.
- The Marshal of Windy Hollow at the Internet Movie Database
- The Marshal of Windy Hollow at B Westerns
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