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|The Cheyenne Cyclone|
|Directed by||Armand Schaefer|
|Written by||Oliver Drake|
|Produced by||Willis Kent|
|Edited by||Ethel Davey|
Willis Kent Productions
|Distributed by||First Division Pictures|
|December 15, 1931|
The Cheyenne Cyclone is a 1931 American Western film directed by Armand Schaefer and starring Lane Chandler, Marie Quillan and Frankie Darro. It is a remake of the 1928 silent film Phantom of the Range.
- Lane Chandler as Bob Carleton
- Marie Quillan as Patsy O'Brien
- Frankie Darro as 'Orphan' McGuire
- Jay Hunt as Patrick O'Brien
- J. Frank Glendon as Dan Fanning
- Connie Lamont as Genevieve - the Actress
- Edward Hearn as J.C. 'Flash' Corbin
- Henry Roquemore as Harrison - the Actor
- Slim Whitaker as Hank - Henchman
- Yakima Canutt as Ed Brady
- Helen Gibson as Townswoman
- Hank Bell as Sheriff
Carleton and Genevieve are actors who become stranded in a western town. Carleton finds work at a ranch, where he helps the owner and his granddaughter defend their enterprise against cattle rustlers. Carleton captures the culprits by the film's end.
In addition to Schaefer as director, Willis Kent was the producer. Ethel Davey was the editor, Oliver Drake was the screenwriter, and William Nobles was the cinematographer. The film was made on location at Lone Pine, California.
- Michael R. Pitts. Poverty Row Studios, 1929–1940: An Illustrated History of 55 Independent Film Companies, with a Filmography for Each. McFarland & Company, 2005.
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