Help Kit Parker track down this movie, and you’re doing us all a favor.
The Rawhide Trail (1958) is the only picture Kit Parker Films has the rights to that he has no material for. It’s an Allied Artists Western starring Rex Reason and Nancy Gates, and I’m sure we’d all like a chance to see it. It was shot by the great Karl Struss, who did everything from Chaplin’s The Great Dictator (1940) to The Alligator People (1959), at the Iverson Ranch.
So, if you have a print stashed under your bed, or if one of your film-collector buddies does, please let Kit know — you can reach him through me.
Wouldn’t it be great to check another 50s Western off the MIA on DVD list?