|Out West with the Peppers|
|Directed by||Charles Barton|
|Screenplay by||Harry Sauber|
|Based on||Out West with the Peppers|
by Margaret Sidney
|Produced by||Jack Fier|
|Starring|| Edith Fellows |
|Cinematography||Benjaman H. Kline|
|Edited by||James Sweeney|
|Music by||Sidney Cutner|
|Distributed by||Columbia Pictures|
Out West with the Peppers is a 1940 American Western comedy film. It is the third Five Little Peppers film.
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