Bullet Code

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Bullet Code
Directed by David Howard
Screenplay by Doris Schroeder
Story by Bennett Cohen
Produced by Bert Gilroy
Starring George O'Brien
Virginia Vale
Slim Whitaker
Cinematography Harry Wild
Edited by Frederic Knudtson
Music by Paul Sawtell
Release date
  • April 12, 1940 (1940-04-12)
Running time
58 minutes
CountryUnited States

Bullet Code is a 1940 American Western film directed by David Howard and starring George O'Brien, Virginia Vale and Slim Whitaker. The screenplay was written by Doris Schroeder from a story by Bennett Cohen. [1]

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