Talk about an exciting and scary Old West Western! Tex Wyatt (Dave “Tex” O’Brien), Jim Steel (Jim Newill) and Panhandle Perkins (Guy Wilkerson) are Texas Rangers working undercover to bust up a cattle rustling ring that leaves cards bearing a devilish pitchfork to announce its presence…it is a scary one and fun to watch.
Brand of the Devil is a 1944 American Western film written by Elmer Clifton and directed by Harry L. Fraser. The film stars Dave O’Brien, James Newill and Guy Wilkerson, with Ellen Hall, I. Stanford Jolley and Charles King. The film was released on July 30, 1944, by Producers Releasing Corporation. 
|Brand of the Devil|
|Directed by||Harry L. Fraser|
|Produced by||Arthur Alexander (producer)|
Alfred Stern (associate producer)
|Written by||Elmer Clifton (screenplay and story)|
|Music by||Lee Zahler|
|Cinematography||Edward A. Kull|
|Edited by||Charles Henkel Jr.|
|Distributed by||Producers Releasing Corporation|
|Release date||July 30, 1944|
|Running time||57 minutes|
The plot concerns a female ranch owner who is losing cattle to a gang of rustlers called The Devil’s Brand. She turns to the Texas Rangers for help, and they send in three Rangers undercover to bring the rustlers to justice.