|Somewhere in Sonora 1933 N/R, 59 min.|
Director: Mack V. Wright
Cast: John Wayne, Henry B. Walthall, Shirley Palmer, J.P. McGowan, Ann Fay, Paul Fix, Frank Rice, Billy Franey, Ralph Lewis, Slim Whitaker, Blackie Whiteford, Jim Corey, Frank Ellis, Glenn Strange, Bud Osborne
John (John Wayne) is accused of tampering with a rival's stagecoach before the stagecoach race. After being jailed, he is sprung by his employer, Bob Leadly (Henry B. Walthall), and ranch hands who are sure that John is innocent. John heads to Sonora, Mexico, to clear Leadly's son Bart (Paul Fix) from a charge of murder. Not only does he do that, he also clears his own name.
|The Star Packer 1934 N/R, 53 min.|
Genre: Western / Action / Romance
Director: Robert N. Bradbury
Cast: John Wayne, Verna Hillie, George "Gabby" Hayes, Yakima Canutt, Earl Dwire, George Cleveland, Glenn Strange, Billy Franey, Eddie Parker, Thomas G. Lingham, Tex Palmer, Arthur Millett, Frank Ball, Artie Ortego
"The Shadow" is a mysterious outlaw whose gang has been victimizing the local ranchers when U.S. Marshal John Travers (John Wayne) rides into town. After the sheriff (Thomas G. Lingham) is killed, Travers volunteers to take his job and, with help from his Indian pal Yak (Yakima Canutt), begins to investigate "The Shadow." He identifies "The Shadow" as Matt Matlock (George "Gabby" Hayes), a man who has assumed the identity of the real Matt Matlock after killing him. Matlock's niece, Anita (Verna Hillie), is visiting him and has no idea that the "uncle" she is visiting is really an imposter. Travers captures "The Shadow's" gang and rescues Anita. Now, Anita and Travis fall in love, marry, and live happily ever after on the Matlock ranch with Yak by their side.
|1. Somewhere in Sonora (1933)|
2. The Star Packer (1934)
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