Starring Bill Cody, Bill Cody Jr., Ethel Jackson, Wally Wales, Donald Reed and Budd Buster, "Vanishing Riders" is a Western film, released in the USA on July 03 of 1935.
What was the release date of "Vanishing Riders":
Vanishing Riders was first released in the United States on Wednesday, July 03, 1935.. This was eighty-four (84) years ago.
Who is at the casting of "Vanishing Riders":
At the casting of Vanishing Riders we find Bill Cody, previously seen in Ann Vickers (1933) and The Animal Kingdom (1932); Bill Cody Jr. (); Ethel Jackson (Drums of Love (1928)) [ more... ]
- Roger Williams and Wally Wales, Budd Buster can also be seen in The Pecos Kid, released in 1935.
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