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Gerald Geraghty

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About Gerald Geraghty

Gerald Geraghty is a 115 years old other from Rushville - Indiana - USA. Gerald is most well known for writing, and has 53 known credits, of which 53 are movies, and 0 are TV shows.

Gerald Geraghty’s highest rated movies

If you enjoy Gerald Geraghty’s movies you should definitely watch Goldtown Ghost Riders (1953) Gerald has worked on!

  1. Goldtown Ghost Riders (1953)
  2. Badlands Of Dakota (1941)
  3. Wall Street Cowboy (1939)
  4. Cow Town (1950)
  5. On Top of Old Smoky (1953)

1. Goldtown Ghost Riders (1953 Movie)

The best rated movie Gerald Geraghty has been a part of is the western movie Goldtown Ghost Riders, where they had the role of writing. It has a rating 6.5 on IMDb.

2. Badlands Of Dakota (1941)

Badlands Of Dakota has a rating on 5.9 on IMDb . Gerald Geraghty worked on this romance, western movie as writing.

3. Wall Street Cowboy (1939)

In Wall Street Cowboy Gerald Geraghty was worked as screenplay. This western movie has a rating on 6.1 on IMDb.

4. Cow Town (1950)

This western movie has a rating on 6.4 on IMDb. In Cow Town Gerald Geraghty had the role of writing.

5. On Top of Old Smoky (1953)

Gerald Geraghty was a part of the movie On Top of Old Smoky as writing. This western movie has a rating 6.9 on IMDb.

Frequently asked questions

When was Gerald Geraghty born?

Gerald Geraghty’s birthday is on 10 August 1906.

Where was Gerald Geraghty born?

Gerald Geraghty was born in Rushville - Indiana - USA.

What is Gerald most known for?

Gerald Geraghty is most known for writing. Gerald has worked on 53 movies and 0 TV shows.

What is Gerald Geraghty’s highest rated movie?

The best rated movie they have been a part of is Goldtown Ghost Riders, which has a score of 0.0.

Gerald’s Filmography

Executive producer. Up-and-coming Universal leading man Robert Stack made his western-movie debut in Badlands of Dakota. Set in the Dakotas during the days of the Great Gold Boom, the story finds brothers Jim and Bob Holliday (Stack and Broderick Crawford) dukeing it out over the affections of pretty Anne Grayson (Ann Rutherford). While all this is going on, Wild Bill Hickok (Richard Dix) does his best to neutralize the local criminal element-and to fend off the romantic overtures of boisterous Calamity Jane (Frances Farmer).

Executive producer. When his ranch falls on hard times, Cowboy Roy Roger has trouble making his mortgage payment and he takes his song and dance to Wall Street to try to raise cash fast.

Executive producer. Poachers are harassing toll road owner Jen Larrabee. They want her land because it holds valuable minerals. Autry and the Cass County Boys, mistaken for Texas Rangers, help out.

Executive producer. In this Roy Rogers entry, featuring a song written by Oklahoma Governor Roy J. Turner (making him and Lousiania's Jimmie Davis and Texas' W.E. "Pappy" O'Daniel possibly the only state governors to write songs used in a western), Flying U ranch owner Sam Talbot is killed by a fall from a horse. St. Louis reporter Connie Edwards comes to check a rumor that he might have been murdered. She goes to Roy Rogers, editor of the local newspaper, and he takes her to the reading of Talbot's will. The ranch is left to Talbot's 12-year-old ward, Duke Lowery, much to the dismay of Talbot's niece, Jan Holloway. After some attempts on Duke's life, Roy finally proves that Jan, Steve McClory and coroner Jim Judnick had Talbot killed and are conspiring to do the same for Duke, making Jan the last heir.

Executive producer. Americans come west to California in the hope of peaceful settlement. Roy and Gabby sing a duet: "We're Not Coming Out Tonight." Other songs include "Sundown on the Rangeland" and "Ride on Vaquero."

Executive producer. The (pre-WWII) Army takes over a large area of land, over the objection of citizens and corporations who live and work there.

Executive producer. Doc Lockwood and his gang are trying to take away Autry's contract for supplying horses to the stagecoach line. Parson Brooks joins Autry in an effort to clean up the town of Sadderlock.

Executive producer. Hoppy and Lucky have been called in to investigate a series of stage holdups. The robbers are taking gold from Colby's mine and Hoppy suspects it may be ex-outlaw Colby himself. When Speedy strikes gold, Hoppy borrows it and announces a gold shipment hoping to catch the gang and their leader.

Executive producer. Montana ranch owner Cyrus Bigbee sends his foreman, Gene Autry, and Rawhide Buttram to his Canadian timber land to stop the marriage of his daughter Sandy to Todd Markey, whom he dislikes. Sandy wants to turn the property into a dude ranch, with Carolina Cotton and the Cass County Boys (Fred S. Martin, Jerry Scoggins and Bert Dodson) among the entertainers, and runs up against local timbermen who want it for cutting timber. When a Mountie is murdered, with suspicion pointing to Todd, Gene finds the real culprit and brings peace to the area.

Executive producer. Retired actor Jack Holt is raising Christmas trees for sale at a cost which permits every family to have one. A commercial tree company tries to drive Holt out of business. Roy saves the day, of course.

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