THE MYSTERY OF THE HOODED HORSEMEN-an excellent Tex Ritter Singing Cowboy Old West Western-1937!

Now here is one fine Old West Western gem. And the Singing Cowboy doesn’t hesitate to sing some Country Western Songs. You’ll be saying Ride, Ride, Ride after watching this one. Tex Ritter is once again the 1937 Cowboy Hero here in this good Movie. And one of the best things you’ll get to see in these Old Western Movies is Cowboys galloping their horses at full speed. And the dust is everywhere like it really is when riding horses on dry dusty roads or trails. It’s not like today where they wet down the roads and they don’t do all out galloping. And there’s a big gun battling chases with a lot of riders too. This Movie is well worth the Watch. And I can still remember being dropping off at the Movie House with two cheeseburgers. And they’d say-Stay and watch it twice. So, I’d smash my burgers flat and eat one burger during the 1st showing of the movie and the 2nd burger during the 2nd showing of the same movie. Hey, it’s what all the kids were doing. But it was fun. And we watched those days go by and we grew old. Lol

The Mystery of the Hooded Horsemen is a 1937 American film directed by Ray Taylor. It was singing cowboy Tex Ritter‘s eighth film for Grand National Pictures.

The Mystery of the Hooded Horsemen
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Directed byRay Taylor
Produced byEdward Finney (producer)
Lindsley Parsons (supervising producer)
Written byEdmond Kelso (story)
Edmond Kelso (screenplay)
StarringSee below
CinematographyGus Peterson
Edited byFrederick Bain
Distributed byGrand National Pictures
Release dateAugust 6, 1937
Running time60 minutes
CountryUnited States