Law of the Rio Grande

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Law of the Rio Grande
Directed by Forrest Sheldon
Written by Betty Burbridge (story and scenario)
Bennett Cohen (story and scenario)
Produced by F.E. Douglas
Harry S. Webb
George W. Weeks
StarringSee below
Cinematography Herbert Kirkpatrick
Edited by Frederick Bain
Release date
  • August 9, 1931 (1931-08-09)
Running time
57 minutes
CountryUnited States

Law of the Rio Grande is a 1931 American Western film directed by Forrest Sheldon.



Former outlaw Jim Hardy (Bob Custer) finds it hard trying to go straight.


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