Luck of Roaring Camp (film)

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Luck of Roaring Camp
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Directed by Irvin Willat
Written by Harvey Gates
Based on The Luck of Roaring Camp by Bret Harte
Produced by Scott R. Dunlap
Starring Owen Davis
Charles Brokaw
Joan Woodbury
Cinematography Paul Ivano
Edited by Michael Luciano
Music by Mischa Bakaleinikoff
Production
company
Distributed byMonogram Pictures
Release date
November 17, 1937
Running time
58 minutes
CountryUnited States
LanguageEnglish

Luck of Roaring Camp is a 1937 American western film directed by Irvin Willat and starring Owen Davis, Charles Brokaw and Joan Woodbury. [1] It is based on the 1868 story The Luck of Roaring Camp by Bret Harte. It was shot at the Iverson Ranch in California.

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  1. Pitts p.199

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