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|The Texas Rangers|
|Directed by||Phil Karlson|
|Produced by||Bernard Small|
|Screenplay by||Richard Schayer|
|Story by||Frank Gruber|
|Cinematography||Ellis W. Carter|
|Edited by||Al Clark|
Edward Small Productions
|Distributed by||Columbia Pictures|
Outlaw Sam Bass terrorizes Texas. Johnny Carver and Buff Smith are released from jail by the head of the Texas Rangers to help capture him.
- George Montgomery as Johnny Carver
- Gale Storm as Helen Fenton
- Jerome Courtland as Danny Bonner
- Noah Beery Jr. as Buff Smith
- William Bishop as Sam Bass
- John Litel as Maj. John B. Jones
- Douglas Kennedy as Dave Rudabaugh
- John Dehner as John Wesley Hardin
- Ian Macdonald as the Sundance Kid
- John Doucette as Butch Cassidy
- Jock O'Mahoney as Duke Fisher
- The Texas Rangers at TCMDB
- "Disney Again to Wed Cartoons, Live Action; Montgomery Does Ranger" Schallert, Edwin. Los Angeles Times 22 July 1950: 9.
- "THE SCREEN IN REVIEW: Edward Small's 'Texas Rangers,' With George Montgomery as Jailbird, Bows at Holiday At the Victoria At the Squire" by BOSLEY CROWTHER. New York Times 14 July 1951: 7.
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