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THE LAST FRONTIER 12 CHAPTER CLIFFHANGER SERIAL


Pioneers in Montana are attacked by a well-armed Indian force, and small town newspaper editor Tom Kirby (Lon Chaney, Jr.) thinks he knows who's been supplying them with guns. Lige Morris and his outlaws are trying to keep settlers away from a particular stretch of land and the fortune in gold waiting just below the surface. With the help of a mysterious masked man known only as The Black Ghost, the settlers go on the offensive, but Morris is not about to let anyone get in the way of his murderous schemes!

This serial comes complete on one DVD, and is shipped in a hard plastic CD case with insert.

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Thousands of Hollywood motion pictures are in the Public Domain because they were 1) released without Copyright Notices; 2) were never registered with the Library of Congress, had improper or late registrations; or 3) were not properly renewed under the old requirements for films made before 1964.

The status of films registered from 1929 through 1956 is noted in 3 volumes of Copyright Catalogs of motion picture registrations published by the Library of Congress.

This film, produced on 5 September 1932, fell into the public domain on 1 January 1961.