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Lucky Carson becomes a witness of the death of miner Jim. One of the men of the real killer says that he saw…

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Genre: Western.

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  • Summary:   Lucky Carson becomes a witness of the death of miner Jim. One of the men of the real killer says that he saw Carson kill Jim and tries to pin the murder on him. Once Jim is in custody all the gang has to do is kill him and put an end to the investigation. What they don't know is that he is one tough nut to crack.
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  • Genres:   Western
  • Directed by:   Alan James
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"Lucky Terror" (1936) Cast:

  • Hoot Gibson - Lucky Carson
  • Charles Hill - Doc Halliday
  • Lona Andre - Ann Thornton
  • George Chesebro - Jim Thornton
  • Robert McKenzie - Sheriff Hodges
  • Jack Rockwell - Bat Moulton
  • Frank Yaconelli - Anthony Giribaldi
  • Charles King - Wheeler
  • Horace B. Carpenter - himself


  1. “Lucky Terror” is another Hoot Gibson flick featuring trick riding (Hoot – not a double. Check his background – he is more of a cowboy than most of his peers). As usual, the humor is there, and lots of it – such as an old western accordionist who is a descendant of Beethoven. The cast of characters are a bunch of characters. All in all, this is highly recommended, except to old grouches. thanx, bnw which stands for brilliant ‘n wonderful.

  2. Love that hoot good movie

  3. Christopher Myers

    Hoot Gibson, Ken Maynard, Bob Steel, Johnny Mack Brown, and so many others from the 1930s that we watched at the movies in the ’40s and on TV in the 50s. “Return with us now to those thrilling days of yesteryear, the Lone Ranger rides again!” Tom Mix and Lone Ranger on the radio. They were indeed thrilling idols as they nailed the thieves and rustlers and others bent on harm. Thanks bnw for the westerns.

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