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Hidden Gold (1932 film)

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Hidden Gold
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Theatrical release poster
Directed byArthur Rosson
Screenplay byJames Mulhauser
Jack Natteford
Story byJack Natteford
Produced byCarl Laemmle, Jr.
Stanley Bergerman
StarringTom Mix
Judith Barrie
Raymond Hatton
Eddie Gribbon
Donald Kirke
Wallis Clark
CinematographyDaniel B. Clark
Edited byMaurice Pivar
Music bySam Perry
Heinz Roemheld
Distributed byUniversal Pictures
Release date
  • November 3, 1932 (1932-11-03)
Running time
55 minutes
CountryUnited States

Hidden Gold is a 1932 American Western film directed by Arthur Rosson and written by James Mulhauser and Jack Natteford. The film stars Tom Mix, Judith Barrie, Raymond Hatton, Eddie Gribbon, Donald Kirke and Wallis Clark. The film was released on November 3, 1932, by Universal Pictures.[1][2][3]


Doc Griffin (Donald Kirke) and his two henchmen rob a bank and quickly hide the loot before they are apprehended. The handsome owner of the horse ranch Nora Lane (Judith Barrie) loses all her money because of this. The police have Lane's employee Tom Marley (Tom Mix) infiltrate the prison with the robbers, hoping the thieves will tell Marley where the loot is hidden. When the trio manages to escape from prison, Marley has to hide his cover longer. His undercover action works too well, however, and both Lane and the police think he has actually joined the criminals. Marley then steals horses from Lane's ranch, and she is kidnapped by Griffin who takes her to the woods to find the loot. When he accidentally starts a forest fire, Griffin shoots his henchmen to keep the money for himself. Lane, meanwhile, escapes and runs off with Marley's horse Tony Jr. Marley herself fights through the burning forest, knocks Griffin down and takes the money to a safe place. He frees 'Spike' Weber (Raymond Hatton) after the other robber 'Big Ben' Cooper (Eddie Gribbon) dies. The story ends well: Marley proposes to Lane and returns the loot to the bank.



  1. ^ "Hidden Gold (1932) - Overview". Retrieved January 3, 2016.
  2. ^ Hans J. Wollstein (2016). "Hidden-Gold - Trailer - Cast - Showtimes". Movies & TV Dept. The New York Times. Baseline & All Movie Guide. Archived from the original on March 10, 2016. Retrieved January 3, 2016.
  3. ^ "Hidden Gold". Retrieved January 3, 2016.

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