West of the Divide

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Released 1934

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Director:
Robert N. Bradbury
Released:
1934
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West of the Divide, produced in 1934, depicts the adventures of Ted Hayden (John Wayne), a young man who returns to his hometown looking for his long-lost younger brother, Spuds (Billie O'Brien), who was kidnapped by the outlaw gang who killed his father. Dusty Rhodes (George Hayes) saved Ted after his father's death and they left town. Years later, Ted and Dusty return to town, hoping to get information from Gentry (Lloyd Whitlock) and his gang about Ted's father's death. When a wanted man, Gat Ganns (John Wayne), dies in front of Ted, Ted seizes the opportunity to impersonate him to infiltrate Gentry's gang. Gentry and his gang want the ranch belonging to Fred Winters (Lafe McKee) and are willing to do what is necessary to get it. After rescuing Fred's daughter, Fay (Virginia Brown Faire), who was injured by the gang, Ted and Dusty brawl with the outlaws in several shootouts. As the dust settles, Ted learns the true identity of Gentry and rights several wrongs.

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