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The Range Busters
24 Films released from 1940 - 1943


The final 4 starred Ray Corrigan, Dennis Moore and Max Terhune:

THE LAND OF HUNTED MEN (1943)
COWBOY COMMANDOS (1943)
BLACK MARKET RUSTLERS (1943)
BULLETS AND SADDLES (1943)




(Courtesy of Les Adams)

Above is the title lobby card from THE LAND OF HUNTED MEN (Monogram, 1943), Dennis Moore's debut as a member of the trio.



(Courtesy of Minard Coons)

Above are Evelyn Finley and the final three members of the Range Busters taking a break on their trusty steeds during the filming of COWBOY COMMANDOS (Monogram, 1943). Finley is riding 'Lucky/Tex', which was ridden by Jack Randall, John 'Dusty' King, Raymond Hatton, Jimmy Wakely and others. From left to right are Finley, Max Terhune, Ray Corrigan and Dennis Moore.



(Courtesy of Minard Coons)

Above from left to right are Max Terhune, Ray Corrigan, Evelyn Finley and Dennis Moore in another scene from COWBOY COMMANDOS (Monogram, 1943).



(Courtesy of Minard Coons)

Above from left to right are Dennis Moore, Bud Osborne and George Chesebro in another scene from COWBOY COMMANDOS (Monogram, 1943). Take a gander at Moore's unique gunbelt with twin six-shooters - it has buckles on the left and right side, not a single buckle in the center. There's more on Moore in the Gunbelt Trivia section of the Old Corral.



(From Old Corral image collection)

Above from left to right - and with sixguns at the ready - are Dennis Moore and Ray Corrigan in a lobby card from another World War II themed Range Busters, BLACK MARKET RUSTLERS (Monogram, 1943).



(Courtesy of Minard Coons)

Above from left to right Ray Corrigan, Carl Sepulveda and Max Terhune in a still from BLACK MARKET RUSTLERS (Monogram, 1943), the next to last of the Range Busters adventures.



(From Old Corral image collection)
COWBOY COMMANDOS (Monogram, 1943) was the 22nd of the 24 Range Busters films.

But note that only Corrigan and Terhune are mentioned, even though Dennis Moore was the third member of the trio at that time.

This is probably a generic poster and was prepared before Moore was hired.



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