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Wild Horse Rustlers

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Wild Horse Rustlers
Wild Horse Rustlers poster.jpg
Theatrical release poster
Directed bySam Newfield
Screenplay byJoseph O'Donnell
Produced bySigmund Neufeld
StarringRobert Livingston
Al St. John
Lane Chandler
Linda Leighton
Frank Ellis
Stanley Price
CinematographyRobert E. Cline
Edited byHolbrook N. Todd
Music byLeo Erdody
Production
company
Sigmund Neufeld Productions
Distributed byProducers Releasing Corporation
Release date
  • February 12, 1943 (1943-02-12)
Running time
58 minutes
CountryUnited States
LanguageEnglish

Wild Horse Rustlers is a 1943 American Western film directed by Sam Newfield and written by Joseph O'Donnell. The film stars Robert Livingston as the Lone Rider and Al St. John as his sidekick "Fuzzy Jones", with Lane Chandler, Linda Leighton, Frank Ellis and Stanley Price. The film was released on February 12, 1943, by Producers Releasing Corporation.[1][2][3]

This is the thirteenth movie in the "Lone Rider" series, and the second starring Robert Livingston. The first eleven movies star George Houston.[3]

Plot

Tom Cameron, the Lone Rider, discovers that a gang of Nazi spies are interfering with the federal government's plans to round up horses for military service—and, worse, that his own twin brother is helping them.

Continuity

The murder of Tom Cameron's family was a major plot point in the first "Lone Rider" movie, The Lone Rider Rides On. In that movie, the reveal that Tom's brother had survived was the movie's big twist. His brother sacrificed himself heroically at the end of the movie, with no mention that Tom had another surviving twin brother.

Reception

According to media historian Hal Erickson, "Wild Horse Rustlers was PRC's 1943 entry in the "Nazis on the prairie" western cycle... Minus the propaganda angle, this is merely another cattle-rustling opus, with the standard western bad guys saying "Seig heil!" instead of "Let's get outta here!" As was usual at PRC, Al "Fuzzy"St. John provides the film's best moments."[2]

Cast

See also

The "Lone Rider" films starring George Houston:

starring Robert Livingston:

References

  1. ^ "Wild Horse Rustlers (1943) - Overview". TCM.com. Retrieved June 18, 2019.
  2. ^ a b Hal Erickson. "Wild Horse Rustlers (1943) - Sam Newfield". AllMovie. Retrieved June 18, 2019.
  3. ^ a b "Wild Horse Rustlers". Catalog.afi.com. Retrieved June 18, 2019.

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