Law of the Wild
Rex, a wild stallion, and Rinty, a police dog, are pals. Their master , John Sheldon, is framed for murder, and Alice Ingram plans to race Rex for money to pay for John's legal defense. Meantime, Frank Nolan, who has falsely accused John, sets out to steal Rex for himself.
The Law of the Wild is a 1934 American western serial film directed by B. Reeves Eason and Armand Schaefer and distributed by Mascot Pictures.
John Sheldon is falsely accused by Frank Nolan of killing Lou Salters. With his owner now in prison, Nolan steals Sheldon’s horse Rex with plans to ride him in a big race. Sheldon’s dog, Rinty, Alice Ingram and her sidekick Henry rescue Rex and Alice rides him in the race instead. The winnings from the race are used to pay for Sheldon’s defense.
Rex King of the Wild Horses as himself
Rin Tin Tin, Jr. as Rinty
Ben Turpin as Henry, Alice Ingram’s sidekick
Bob Custer as John Sheldon
Lucile Browne as Alice Ingram
Richard Cramer as Frank Nolan, the villain
Ernie Adams as Raymond, one of Nolan’s henchman
Edmund Cobb as Jim Luger, one of Nolan’s henchman
Slim Whitaker as Mack, one of Nolan’s henchman
Richard Alexander as Lewis R. ‘Lou’ Salters, murder victim
Jack Rockwell as the Sheriff
George Chesebro as Parks, one of Nolan’s henchman