Vengeance of Rannah

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Vengeance of Rannah
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Directed by Bernard B. Ray
Written by James Oliver Curwood (story)
Joseph O'Donnell (screenplay)
Produced byBernard B. Ray (producer)
Harry S. Webb (associate producer)
Starring Bob Custer
Rin Tin Tin, Jr.
Cinematography Paul Ivano
Edited byHolbrook N. Todd
Distributed by Reliable Pictures
Release date
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56 minutes
CountryUnited States

Vengeance of Rannah is a 1936 American Western film directed by Bernard B. Ray, produced by Ray and Harry S. Webb for Reliable Pictures, and starring Bob Custer and Rin Tin Tin, Jr.



Insurance investigator Ted Sanders is assigned to look into a robbery/murder. When he arrives at the crime scene he is met by a local deputy. What he doesn't know, however, is that the "deputy" is actually part of the gang that committed the crime. He plants some of the stolen money in Sanders' room to frame him for the crime, then arrests him.


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