Burning Gold (1936 film)
Burning Gold is a 1936 American drama film directed by Sam Newfield and starring William Boyd, Judith Allen and Lloyd Ingraham. It is a modern-day western about a World War I veteran who becomes a wildcat prospector for oil and enjoys a major strike.
|Directed by||Sam Newfield|
|Produced by||George A. Hirliman|
|Written by||Earle Snell|
|Music by||Abe Meyer|
|Edited by||Charles R. Hunt|
|Distributed by||Republic Pictures|
The film's sets were designed by art director Lewis J. Rachmil. It was made as a B movie by the Poverty Row company Winchester Productions and was distributed by Republic Pictures in the US and British Lion in the United Kingdom.
Famed in his Western role of Hopalong Cassidy, Bill Boyd appeared in three 1936 films of non Western genre for Winchester Productions, all produced by George A. Hirliman, directed by Sam Newfield, and released by Republic Pictures. The other films were Federal Agent and Go-Get-'Em, Haines.
- Pitts p.49
- Pitts, Michael R. Western Movies: A Guide to 5,105 Feature Films. McFarland, 2012.