Santa Fe Stampede
Santa Fe Stampede is a 1938 American "Three Mesquiteers" Western film directed by George Sherman and starring John Wayne, Ray Corrigan, and Max Terhune. Wayne played the lead in eight of the fifty-one films in the popular series.
|Santa Fe Stampede|
|Directed by||George Sherman|
|Produced by||William A. Berke|
|Written by||William Colt MacDonald (characters)|
|Edited by||Tony Martinelli|
|Distributed by||Republic Pictures|
- John Wayne as Stony Brooke
- Ray Corrigan as Tucson Smith
- Max Terhune as Lullaby Joslin
- Elmer as Elmer (Lullaby Joslin's Ventriloquist Dummy) (uncredited)
- June Martel as Nancy Carson
- William Farnum as Dave Carson
- LeRoy Mason as Mayor Gil Byron
- Martin Spellman as Billy Carson
- Genee Hall as Julie Jane Carson
- Walter Wills as Lawyer Harris
- Ferris Taylor as Judge Henry J. Hixon
- Tom London as Marshal Jim Wood
- Dick Rush as Sheriff Tom
- James Cassidy as Jed Newton
- Richard Alexander as Joe Moffit (Henchman) (uncredited)
Frank S. Nugent of The New York Times wrote that the Three Mesquiteers' success was "probably due to the fact that nobody has thought of ambushing them with a Flit gun".
- "The Three Mesquiteers Trio Westerns of Republic Pictures". b-westerns.com. Retrieved August 29, 2011.
- Nugent, Frank S. (April 26, 1939). "THE SCREEN IN REVIEW; The Warners Look Through the Past to the Present in 'Juarez,' Screened Last Night at the Hollywood--'Santa Fe Stampede' Opens at the Rialto Dieterle as Director Soap Box Declamation". The New York Times. Retrieved April 19, 2015.
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