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|The Night Rider|
|Directed by|| Fred C. Newmeyer |
|Produced by|| George M. Merrick (associate producer)|
Alfred T. Mannon (associate producer)[ citation needed ] (uncredited)
Louis Weiss (producer)[ citation needed ] (uncredited)
|Written by||Harry L. Fraser (story and scenario)|
|Edited by||Holbrook N. Todd|
Supreme Feature Films
|Distributed by||Weiss Brothers Artclass Pictures|
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