Ghost-Town Gold is a 1936 American Western film directed by Joseph Kane and was the second entry of the 51-film series of Western "Three Mesquiteers" B-movies. It was based on the 1935 novel of the same name by William Colt MacDonald.
Having earned a tidy sum from the sale of some cattle they drove, The Three Mesquiteers reluctantly send the gambling addict Lullaby Joslin to bank their cheque from the sale. Lullaby wins Elmer, a ventriloquist dummy at a crooked carnival by cheating at a game of Three Card Monte, replacing all his cards with Aces. Lullaby and Elmer are on a roll and arrive at the bank just after it closes.
|author||Bernard McConville John Rathmell Oliver Drake William Colt MacDonald|
|keywords||cheat gamble ghost town prize fight sale three mesquiteers|
|producer||Nat Levine Sol C. Siegel|