Cactus Trails is a lost 1927 American silent film western directed by Scott Pembroke and starring Bob Custer. It was produced by Custer and Joseph P. Kennedy and distributed through Film Booking Offices of America.
|Directed by||Scott Pembroke|
|Produced by||Bob Custer Productions|
Joseph P. Kennedy
|Written by||Harry P. Crist|
|Based on||a story by W. Bert Foster|
|Distributed by||Film Booking Offices of America|
|January 23, 1927|
- Bob Custer as Ross Fenton, a representative of an oil company who travels to Led Horse to check on the town's conditions, only to be made deputy sheriff after an accident.
- Marjorie Zier as Sally Crater, a rancher and the love interest of Fenton. She is the niece of Aunt Crater.
- Lew Meehan as Angel, a gambler who seeks to lease a ranch from Aunt Crater.
- Roy Watson as Sheriff Upshaw, the sheriff of Led Horse.
- Inez Gomez as Aunt Crater, the owner of a ranch which Angels seeks to lease out.
- Roy Laidlaw as Jeb Poultney
- Bud Osborne as "Draw" Egan, the leader of a gang.
- Milburn Morante as Jack Mason