|Directed by||D. Ross Lederman|
|Written by||George Bilson (screenplay)|
Anthony Coldeway (story and screenplay)
|Cinematography||James Van Trees|
|Edited by||James Gibbon|
|Distributed by||Warner Bros.|
Busses Roar is a 1942 film directed by D. Ross Lederman and starring Richard Travis and Julie Bishop.
A bungling saboteur attempts to place a bomb on board a bus so that it will explode as the bus passes by some oil wells. The plot is foiled, but not by the authorities.
- Richard Travis as Sergeant Ryan
- Julie Bishop as Reba Richards
- Charles Drake as Eddie Sloan
- Eleanor Parker as Norma
- Elisabeth Fraser as Betty
- Richard Fraser as Dick Remick
- Peter Whitney as Frederick Hoff
- Frank Wilcox as Detective Quinn
- Willie Best as Sunshine
- Rex Williams as Jerry Silva
- Harry Lewis as Danny
- Bill Kennedy as The Moocher
- George Meeker as Nick Stoddard
- Vera Lewis as Mrs. Dipper
- Harry C. Bradley as Henry Dipper
- Lottie Williams as First Old Maid
- Leah Baird as Second Old Maid
- Chester Gan as Yamanito
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- Busses Roar at IMDb
- Busses Roar at AllMovie
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