|King of the Pecos 1936 N/R, 54 min.|
Director: Joseph Kane
Cast: John Wayne, Muriel Evans, Cy Kendall, Jack Clifford, Arthur Aylesworth, J. Frank Glendon, Herbert Heywood, Earl Dwire, Mary MacLaren, Yakima Canutt, John Beck, Edward Hearn, Bradley Metcalfe, Tex Palmer, Jack Curtis
Law student John Clayborn (John Wayne) comes home to avenge the murder of his parents several years earlier by a ruthless landowner (and rustler). After failure in the court system, John must take matters into his own hands.
|Westward Ho 1935 N/R, 60 min.|
Genre: Western / Drama
Director: Robert N. Bradbury
Cast: John Wayne, Sheila Bromley, Frank McGlynn Jr., Jack Curtis, Dickie Jones, Yakima Canutt, Hank Bell, Bradley Metcalfe, Jim Farley, Mary MacLaren, Glenn Strange, Frank Ellis, Cactus Mack, Arthur Thalasso, Hal Price
While traveling West with their parents, John Wyatt (John Wayne) and his brother, Jim (Frank McGlynn Jr.), were the only survivors of a wagon train attack. Jim was kidnapped by the band of outlaws. Years later, John forms a vigilante posse, The Singing Raiders, and seeks revenge against the outlaws–not knowing that his brother now leads the gang.
|1. King of the Pecos (1936)|
2. Westward Ho (1935)
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