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Border Devils (1932)


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    Jim Gray (Harry Carey) assumes his fallen friend’s identity
  •  Marcia Brandon, played by San Antonio actress Kathleen Collins, rides onto the scene 
  •  Gray meets Squint “Dude” Sanders, played by George “Gabby” Hayes 
  •  A visit from the border patrol 
  •   To lean or not to lean, that is the question 
  •  Shoot-out on the border with the General’s men 
  •  Falsely accused of murder and now horse hamstringing 
  •  Gray meets with the General, who gives him an ultimatum 
  •  Confronting the real crime boss 
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Border Devils is a feature-length western directed by William Nigh. Released in 1932, the film stars Harry Carey, George ‘Gabby’ Hayes, and San Antonio-native Kathleen Collins. While not filmed on location in Texas, the film is set in the fictional border town of Dumfriesville. After being framed for murder, Jim Gray (Carey) assumes the identity of his fallen friend in an attempt to catch the real culprit, a gang leader known as the General. Collins plays Marcia Brandon, a rancher caught in the middle of the General’s criminal endeavor as well as Gray’s love interest.