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a5c7b9f00b The Link Daggett gang is sent to prison for the robbery of the Piedmont County Bank, but the bank's money is not recovered, and the ranchers face ruin. Billy Carson, a friend of the ranchers, conceives a plan to recover the money. Daggett and his gang are allowed to escape, and Billy and his pal Fuzzy Jones trail them to the Wild Horse Mine. Daggett is angered and puzzled to find that the money is not where he left it in the mine. Then, a mysterious voice drives Daggett and his gang from the mine. Billy learns that the mine belongs to Ed Garnet, an old miner who fanatically believes it contains fabulous riches. Billy's meeting with Garnet's daughter, Marian, leads him to Walters, the banker who refuses to allow the ranchers more time on their mortgage notes. (The film is set in the 1880s but the PRC stock-footage, used for the prison escape, contains 1940's automobiles, search lights and weapons.)
A lawman stages a prison break so a gang of imprisoned robbers will lead him to their hidden loot.
Wild Horse Phantom starts off in modern times with a prison break for Kermit Maynard and his gang of heavies. In one of those strange time warps popular in the forties, they&#39;re dropped off by the getaway car into a frontier western setting where the rest of the movie takes place amidst oil lamps and horses.<br/><br/>Following the outlaws to a dark mine where the gang&#39;s loot is stashed, Billy and Fuzzy encounter a possibly insane cackling miner and other creepy plot devices in their quest to apprehend the escaped convicts and recover the money before the local bank forecloses on the property of the local ranchers from whom the cash had been stolen.<br/><br/>One of the best (and best known) of Producers Releasing Corporation&#39;s Billy Carson series, this is the only episode set in contemporary times.<br/><br/>Aided by better than usual writing and direction, Buster Crabbe and Al St. John are at the top of their game here.<br/><br/>The film&#39;s highlight has Fuzzy being attacked by the title prop from the P.R.C. produced Bela Lugosi vehicle, The Devil Bat. Fuzzy bites it in the butt!
Crabbe may get top billing, but the star is goofy St. John. I doubt any comic relief in Westerns gets more screen time than the toothless clown in this oddity. It&#39;s like they don&#39;t have enough 60-minutes of script, so his antics have to fill the bill. The plot&#39;s a standard one-- our hero has to get stolen money before the ruthless banker forecloses on area ranchers. What makes this oater different is that most of the action takes place in a darkened mine tunnel where the money&#39;s hidden. The pit&#39;s also inhabited by a big flying bat and crazy laughter. Too bad these weren&#39;t played up more, which would have really distinguished this bottom row production (PRC). As it stands, Crabbe&#39;s broad-shouldered, St. John&#39;s fitfully funny, and the 60-minutes mostly amounts to a silly oddity.

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