Phantom Stallion (1954) Movie Details

Phantom Stallion
Phantom Stallion
English
Harry Keller , Virgil Hart
R. Dale Butts , Earl Crain Jr.
Republic Pictures
(India)
0 hr 54 mins
5.4/10
Rating: 5.4/10 from 144 users

Phantom Stallion Movie Cast

Rex Allen
as Rex Allen
Slim Pickens
as Slim
Carla Balenda
as Claire
Harry Shannon
as Michael Reilly
Koko
as Rex's Horse
Don Haggerty
as Foreman Gil
Peter Price
Peter Price as Tony Reilly
Rosa Turich
as Lucretia
Zon Murray
as Henchman
Charles La Torre
as Escobar (uncredited)
Rocky Shahan
Rocky Shahan as Henchman (uncredited)

Phantom Stallion Crew List

Director :
Writer : Gerald Geraghty
Original Music Composer :
Cinematography : Bud Thackery
Editor : Harold Minter
Director of Photography : Bud Thackery
Art Direction : Frank Arrigo
Set Decoration : John McCarthy Jr. , George Milo
Makeup Artist : Bob Mark
Assistant Director : Virgil Hart
Sound : Earl Crain Jr.
Special Effects : Howard Lydecker , Theodore Lydecker

Phantom Stallion International Release Dates

Country
Released Date
Country
Released Date
United States
10-02-1954
India
10-02-1954

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Ex-cavalry buddies, Rex and Slim, band together to capture a wild stallion, solve a murder and thwart the killers from cheating a boy out of his inheritance.

Phantom Stallion

Phantom Stallion is a 1954 English Film stars Rex Allen , Harry Keller , Slim Pickens , Carla Balenda , Harry Shannon , Koko , Don Haggerty , Peter Price , Rosa Turich , Zon Murray , Charles La Torre , Rocky Shahan , Gerald Geraghty , R. Dale Butts , Bud Thackery , Harold Minter , Bud Thackery , Frank Arrigo , John McCarthy Jr. , George Milo , Bob Mark , Virgil Hart , Earl Crain Jr. , Howard Lydecker , Theodore Lydecker , directed by Virgil Hart & music by Earl Crain Jr..