Saddlemates

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Saddlemates

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Director:
Lester Orlebeck
Released:
1941
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Saddlemates, a 1941 remake of the film ''Ride, Ranger, Ride'' stars three Texas Rangers, Stony Brooke (Robert Livingston), Tucson Smith (Bob Steele), and Lullaby Joslin (Rufe Davis). The story starts with the trio of cowboys setting out on the trail of an elusive and dangerous Indian Chief, Wanechee (George Lynn). When the trail turns cold the Rangers' return to their post only to be notified of a change in local boundary lines, taking the case of Wanechee out of their hands and placing it in the jurisdiction of the United States Army. The three men, frustrated with the recent change, give the job over to the military and attempt to forget about finding Wanechee but are instead convinced by military officials to lead the US Army's search, due to their familiarity with the land and Native American ways. The three are forced to work alongside a prideful US Army Lieutenant, who believes himself more than capable of finding Wanechee without the men's help. The relationship between the Ranger's and the Lieutenant becomes even more strained when the Ranger's voice suspicions about the Lieutenant's second in command, a half American half Native interpreter.moreless

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