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|Directed by||Otto Brower|
|Produced by||Henry L. Goldstone|
|Written by||Scott Darling (continuity)|
Jack Natteford (story)
|Starring||Jack Hoxie, Hooper Atchley, Alice Day|
|Music by||Lee Zahler|
|Cinematography||Charles A. Marshall|
|Edited by||S. Roy Luby|
|Distributed by||Majestic Pictures|
Gold is a 1932 American Pre-Code Western film directed by Otto Brower. An early sound B western, the film starred Jack Hoxie in the second of his six sound westerns, featuring Hooper Atchley as the villain Kramer. The film also marked the last screen appearance of silent movie actress Alice Day.
Kramer (Atchley) works the gold fields by buying up miners' claims and then having his henchmen murder them, taking both the money and the gold. When cowboy-turned-prospector Jack Tarrant's (Hoxie) partner Jeff Sellers becomes the next victim to Kramer's scam, Tarrant decides to put an end to Kramer's gang once and for all.
- The AFI Catalog of Feature Films:..Gold Retrieved April 24, 2016
- Catalog of Holdings The American Film Institute Collection and The United Artists Collection at The Library of Congress (<-book title) p.69 c.1978 American Film Institute [Retrieved April 24, 2016]
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