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"Ambush Valley" is a 1936 American western directed by Bernard B. Ray, produced by Ray and Harry S. Webb for Reliable Pictures, starring Bob Custer and Victoria Vinton.
- country: United States of America
- language: English Language
- producers: Harry S. Webb & Bernard B. Ray
- written by Forrest Sheldon
- based on a story by Bennett Cohen
- Bob Custer as Marshal Bruce Manning
- Victoria Vinton as Ann Morgen
- Vane Calvert as Ma Potter
- Eddie Phillips as Clay Morgan
- Wally Wales as Joel Potter
- John Harvey Gahan as Diggs
- Ed Cassidy as Nester #1
- Victor Adamson as Morgan Rider
- Wally West as Nester #2
- Jimmy Aubrey as Father
- Jack Gilman as Son
- John Elliott as Bob Morgan
- Jack Evans as Henchman Andrews
- Herman Hack as Sam the Bartender
- cinematography by Paul Ivano
- edited by Frederick Bain
- genre: Western
- released on (78 years ago)
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Ambush Valley: 1 Corps, Vietnam; The Story of a Marine Infantry Battalion Is Battle for Survival. Novato, Calif.: Presidio Press, 1990. Hardwick, William H. Down South: One Tour in Vietnam. New York: Ballantine, 2004. Helms, E. Michael.
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