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Saturday, January 20, 2018

Harlem on the Prairie (1937) [Lost Film]


First all-colored cast Western made. This was filmed on location at N.B. Murray's Black dude ranch near Victorville, California.

A former criminal returns home twenty years later to make things right by returning heisted gold left buried. En route, he is killed by outlaws. Before he dies he entrusts a secret gold location map to his trusted companion. His companion encounters outlaws and comedians en route to restoring the gold to its rightful owners. 

**This film is considered lost until notified otherwise**


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