|In Old Cheyenne|
|Directed by||Stuart Paton|
|Screenplay by||Betty Burbridge|
|Story by||Betty Burbridge|
|Produced by||George W. Weeks, Flora E. Douglas|
|Starring||Rex Lease, Dorothy Gulliver|
|Distributed by||Sono Art-World Wide Pictures|
|May 25, 1931|
In Old Cheyenne is a 1931 Western film directed by Stuart Paton.  It is a re-make of the 1930 film Phantom of the Desert.
The plot centers around a team of horse rustling ranch foreman and ranch hands who blame a number of missing horses on a wild stallion that lives in the nearby hills. Someone is rustling the horses at the Sutter ranch and the Cheyenne Kid tries to find out who the outlaws really are.  
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