Hittin' the Trail

Hittin' the Trail is a 1937 American film directed by Robert N. Bradbury.

Hittin' the Trail
Directed byRobert N. Bradbury
Produced byEdward Finney
Written byRobert Emmett Tansey
StarringSee below
CinematographyGus Peterson
Edited byFrederick Bain
Release date
  • April 3, 1937 (1937-04-03)
Running time
58 minutes
CountryUnited States


  • Tex Ritter as Tex Randall
  • Jerry Bergh as Jean Reed
  • Tommy Bupp as Billy Reed
  • Earl Dwire as James Clark
  • Charles King as Henchman
  • 'Snub' Pollard as Bartender
  • Ed Cassidy as Sheriff Grey
  • Jack C. Smith as Dad Reed
  • Archie Ricks as Tombstone Kid
  • Hank Worden as Sidekick Hank
  • Ray Whitley as Musician
  • The Range Ramblers as Ray Whitley's Band
  • Earl Phelps as Musician, Ray Whitley's Range Ramblers
  • Norman Phelps as Musician, Ray Whitley's Range Ramblers
  • Willie Phelps as Musician, Ray Whitley's Range Ramblers
  • Ken Card as Banjo player, Ray Whitley's Range Ramblers
  • The Texas Tornadoes as 2nd Band Group
  • White Flash as Tex's Horse


  • Tex Ritter and Hank Worden - "Hittin' the Trail" (Written by Harry Miller)
  • Tommy Bupp - "I'm a Rippin' Snortin' Sheriff" (Written by Robert N. Bradbury and Lindsley Parsosn)
  • Tex Ritter - "Blood on the Saddle" (Written by Everett Cheatham)
  • Ray Whitley and His Range Ramblers - "Ridin' the Old Prairie Trail" (Written by Ray Whitley)
  • Ray Whitley and His Range Ramblers - "Texas Washboard Rag" (Written by Ray Whitley)
  • Tex Ritter - "Headin' For Town" (Written by Frank Sanucci)
  • Tex Ritter and the posse riders - "The Vagabond Song" aka "The Renegade Song" (Written by Glenn Strange)
  • Tex Ritter - "I'm A Natural Born Cowboy" (Written by Rudy Sooter)

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