Riders of Destiny

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Released 1933

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Director:
Robert N. Bradbury
Released:
1933
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Riders of Destiny is a 1933 western directed by Robert N. Bradbury. When drifter Singin' Sandy Saunders (John Wayne) sees a beautiful woman, Fay Denton (Cecilia Parker), holding up a stagecoach, he decides to help her steal the money. She later reveals that she was actually stealing her own money to prevent evil James Kincaid (Forrest Taylor) from stealing it first. Kincaid controls the water supply at Lost Creek, so he has control over most of the ranchers in the area and is trying to force them off of their land. The Dentons are the only family that the criminal cannot control, because they have their own well on their property. When Saunders takes up residence at the Denton ranch and begins to wound some of Kincaid's men, he gains the ire of Kincaid himself. Despite the singing cowboy's helpful nature, Fay soon begins to suspect that he is not who he claims to be.

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