Santa Fe Stampede

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Released 1938

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Santa Fe Stampede

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Director:
George Sherman
Released:
1938
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Santa Fe Stampede is a 1938 western movie from renowned Republic Pictures, gold miner Carson (William Farnum) has struck gold and is about to become very rich. The mayor (LeRoy Mason) wants the gold and he's had enough of Carson anyway. He has his thugs kill Carson to get the gold and shut him up. The townspeople are shocked by this murder and demands that justice be done and the assailant be found. When the sheriff frames Stony Brooke (John Wayne) for the murder, it's up to his partners Tucson Smith (Ray Corrigan) and Lullaby Joslin (Max Terhune) to come to the rescue. Together the men make up the Three Mesquiteers. This was the third of eight films starring John Wayne in this role. Hijinx ensue, and between a fire at the jail, a clever ventriloquist, and a few beautiful western belles, this film is a rollicking good time for all.

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