|Director||S. Roy Luby|
|Writers||George Arthur Durlam (original story and screenplay) (as Arthur Durlam)
|Cast||Ray Corrigan John 'Dusty' King Max Terhune Elmer Jean Brooks John Merton Glenn Strange I. Stanford Jolley Steve Clark George Chesebro Richard Cramer Budd Buster Milburn Morante Jimmy Aubrey|
|Plot||Bolton's men blow up the wagon carrying the mine payroll and Marshal Crash Corrigan is supposedly killed in the explosion. A man finds his badge and gives it to Bolton. Thinking Crash dead, Bolton gives the badge away and it ends up with the Sheriff. Crash is OK and the Range Busters know Bolton is the head of the gang but that he gets his orders from someone else and that is the man they want.... see Boot Hill Bandits on IMDb|
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|Marshal "Crash" Corrigan's first assignment in the town of Sun Dance is to find a missing stagecoach carrying a mine payroll and recover the strongbox full of cash. Outlaw saloon owner Brand Bolton and his henchman who pulled the robbery, booby-trap a stagecoach with a keg of dynamite and Corrigan barely escapes with his life.While the gang and most of the town believe the Marshal to be dead, he recovers from the explosion. With the help of his Range Buster buddies, "Dusty" King and "Alibi" Terhune he continues his pursuit of the bandits.The Range Busters, featuring John King's cowboy songs and Max Terhune's humorous banter with his dummy Elmer, rode alongside Corrigan through more than twenty Western features between 1940 and 1943.|
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