Buffalo Bill Rides Again

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Buffalo Bill Rides Again
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Theatrical release poster
Directed by Bernard B. Ray
Produced by Jack Schwarz
executive
Robert L. Lippert
Music by Modest Altschuler
Production
company
Jack Schwarz Productions
Distributed by Screen Guild Productions
Release date
April 19, 1947
Running time
69 minutes
CountryUnited States
LanguageEnglish

Buffalo Bill Rides Again is a 1947 American Western film starring Richard Arlen. [1] [2] It was also known as Return of Buffalo Bill.

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Cast

Production

The film was the first produced by Jack Schwarz under a three-year contract with Screen Guild Productions. [3] It was meant to result in 12 films. [4]

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References

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  2. "BUFFALO BILL RIDES AGAIN". Monthly Film Bulletin. Vol. 16. 1949. p. 138. ProQuest   1305808632.
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