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Above, Rex Lease (1901-1966) was most often a bad guy in various bit parts and supporting roles in serials, westerns and mystery films.  George W. Merrick tried Lease as the star of the anemic CUSTER'S LAST STAND (Stage & Screen, 1936), 15 chapters, directed by Elmer Clifton.  The players in the insets are: bottom left - Dorothy Gulliver (as 'Red Fawn') and Rex Lease, and on the right - Nancy Caswell and William Farnum.



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Above and below, FLAMING FRONTIERS (1938) was Johnny Mack Brown's third serial for Universal, and was directed by Ray Taylor and Alan James. Below is the title lobby card for Chapter 9.


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GORDON OF GHOST CITY (Universal, 1933), 12 chapters, was directed by Ray Taylor.  In this lobby card, Buck Jones is cuddlin' with pretty Madge Bellamy.



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THE RED RIDER (Universal, 1934) was Buck Jones' second serial for Universal.  Jones' nemesis was Walter Miller, shown on the right in the above lobby card.



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