Whispering Smith

Synopsis: Smith as an iron-willed railroad detective. When his friend Murray is fired from the railroad and begins helping Rebstock wreck trains, Smith must go after him. He also seems to have an interest in Murray's wife (and vice versa).
Genre: Western
Director(s): Leslie Fenton
Production: Paramount Pictures
  1 nomination.
88 min

her, and wait till you see my ranch.

I've got a spread

that'll knock your eyes out.

- Where's the next open telegraph station?

- An operator at Coyote Creek, but we don't stop.

I guess we have to. I gotta wire

the sheriff at Medicine Bend.

Yes, sir.

Coyote Creek it is.

When's the next train?

Which way?

- Either way.

- There's one due about now, but she don't stop.

She'll stop.

Get out your lantern.

Well? Get out your lantern.

Get movin;

Looks like she's stoppin'.

Sure enough is.

You and Gabby unhook the engine.

I'll see nobody gets off.

Come on. Let's go.

All right, hogger.

Back her up.

I said back her up.

Gabby, stand by to unhook her.

What's the matter, Barton?

Did your horses play out on ya?

Drop that gun on the seat.

Come on.

Get over here.

You hold him.


Smitty, you all right?

Get Barton. The operator...

They've shot him.

Go get Doc. Don't just

stand there. Go get him.

Doc can't do anything.

The poor guy's dead.

Hey, Doc! Doc!

They got him!

What? Are ya a crazy fool?

Why didn't you call for help?

Always tryin' to fight the

whole world single-handed.


Hello, Luke.

Hello, Marian.

The doctor said

to keep you warm.

This your place?

Yes. Murray brought you.


It's good to have you here, Luke,

even if it did take a bullet to bring you.

How bad is it?

You're lucky. By rights,

you oughta be dead. Look.

Oh. Oh, I should've

had this in my side pocket.


Yes, if it's the one

I gave you.

It's the same one, all right.

It was such a long time ago.

Five years is a long time.

Where's Murray?



You'd better get some sleep too.

It's almost daylight.

The doctor said the only thing

to worry about was fever.

You're gonna be just fine.

Good night, Luke.

Good night, Marian.

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