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|Mason of the Mounted|
|Directed by||Harry L. Fraser|
|Written by||Harry L. Fraser (story and scenario)|
|Produced by||Trem Carr (producer)|
|Edited by||J. Logan Pearson|
Trem Carr Pictures
|Distributed by||Monogram Pictures|
Mason of the Mounted is a 1932 American pre-Code Western film directed by Harry L. Fraser. It was the fourth Monogram Pictures eight-film Western film series "the Bill and Andy series" with Bill Cody co-starring with child actor Andy Shuford.
North-West Mounted Police Constable Bill Mason and two other Mounties are chasing a murderer who shoots and wounds one of them. When the murderer has entered the United States, Bill Mason goes undercover to get his man and bring him back to Canada for justice. He finds that the murderer, now calling himself Calhoun is leading a group of rustlers. Without knowing his true identity, the locals have Mason elected as the head of a vigilante committee to stop the rustling.
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