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Riders of the North Reviews

Two men are murdered and it's up to the Mounties to find out what's going on. Every cliche is snugly fit into place in this routine western. Custer, who made his film debut in 1924, gained popularity as a cowboy star in silent and early sound westerns, several of which were produced by Joseph Kennedy, the father of the former president. He appeared in several nonwesterns under his real name, Raymond Glenn, and also shared top billing with animal stars Rex, "King of the Wild Horses," and Rin-Tin-Tin Jr., in LAW OF THE WILD (1934).