Loser's End is a 1935 American western produced by Harry S. Webb for Reliable Pictures and directed by Bernard B. Ray.


A cowboy meets up with a bandit gang. Taken captive, he is rescued by a man called Don Carlos, and together with a young woman named Lolita, they join forces to stop the gang's upcoming raid and bring them to justice.


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    director Bernard B. Ray
    editor Frederick Bain
    genre western
    keywords bandit gang rescue young woman
    producer Harry S. Webb
    productionCompany Reliable Pictures
    publisher William Steiner