“Underground Rustlers” is a 1941 Western film directed by S. Roy Luby and starring Ray “Crash” Corrigan, John “Dusty” King, and Max Terhune.
The film follows the adventures of the Range Busters, a group of cowboy heroes who are called upon to investigate a series of cattle rustlings that have been plaguing the area. The Range Busters consist of Crash Corrigan as Crash, Dusty King as Dusty, and Max Terhune as Alibi, a ventriloquist who brings his dummy Elmer along on their adventures.
As they delve deeper into the mystery of the rustlers, the Range Busters discover that the gang responsible is operating from an underground hideout, where they have been storing the stolen cattle and plotting their next moves. The trio must use all their wits and skills to take down the rustlers and bring them to justice.
Along the way, the Range Busters also find themselves caught up in a romantic triangle involving a local ranch owner, her greedy foreman, and a charming stranger who may have ulterior motives.
With thrilling action sequences, humor, and romance, “Underground Rustlers” is a classic Western adventure that will keep viewers on the edge of their seats.
S. Roy Luby
John Rathmell, Ted Tuttle, Elizabeth Beecher
Ray Corrigan, John ‘Dusty’ King, Max Terhune