The Big Stampede

Synopsis: Both Sam Crew and his gang and Sonora Joe and his men are rustlers after a cattle herd just arriving. John Steele, sent by the Governor, is out to stop them. Greatly outnumbered, Steele's plan is to deputize Sonora and his men to fight the Crew gang.
Genre: Western
Director(s): Tenny Wright
Production: WARNER BROTHERS PICTURES
 
IMDB:
5.8
PASSED
Year:
1932
54 min
2 Views

New Mexico

And that's why I tell you

to stay out of New Mexico.

And there ain't

no law but this.

Show him in.

and his help would be

invaluable to us.

I hoped you'd

say that, Steele.

Certainly.

So they're sending

another deputy, eh.

Boys, here's

to the big herd.

Hyah, hyah, hyah, hyah

There's

a man following us.

He ain't a-followin' us now.

Hyah, ho, ho!

Sounds like cows.

Ho, ho! It's Arizona.

Hyah, hyah, hyah!

Hey, fellas.

Shh, don't let on, now.

Well, boss, I got over

200 head this time.

in that fool country.

Come on, Lem.

gonna get any practice

Oh.

He's been around here

drunk for two days.

Well, come on,

let's drink up.

Everybody okay?

Aw, get out!

Look!

Well, where'd that come from

Might have knowed

he'd show up today.

Buenos dias, amigos!

Ha, ha.

The great cattle baron.

Hey, senor.

Somebody's going

to get very rich.

Ha.

Is everybody all right?

You had a pretty hard trip,

didn't you?

Yeah.

Here comes

Mr. Crew now.

How are you?

with rustlers,

renegades and bad men.

Pleasure, Miss Malloy.

How do you do?

Lay off of that kid!

So long, pardner.

Goodbye, miss.

Get out of here.

All right, Cal,

that road straight ahead, huh?

Ow!

I like your spirit

Thanks.

Aha.

and I wouldn't be

caught nappin'.

Well, that's mig

hty fine of you, Mr. Steele.

Everything's just fine.

My, isn't this

a lovely view from here.

Pat!

If I get my hands on you...

I'll see you tonight.

Wait.

What's that?

Oh!

Brett!

It's Arizona!

Get him back

Come on.

Get some water, quick.

Get some water.

Come on, let's get

out of here.

John, look! Cattle rustlers!

Duke!

Get up.

Duke!

Cattle.

Round'em up.

Stick it up, boys.

Get out of here!

Hyah!

Vamos, amigos.

Aw, don't worry.

We'll catch him.

Boy, I'm sure hungry.

Shh!

Afraid you'd be

late for breakfast.

Stand up.

Who the devil are you?

and I figured you in

on the deal.

and I'm counting

on your help.

Get back against that wall

I'm arrestin' Arizona

for the murder of Cal Brett.

Set'em up here, bartender.

Here comes the deputy now.

John Steele.

Aw, come on,

let's have another drink here.

What's that?

Hey, hey.

Hm.

Aw.

Ahhh.

Duke, Duke, the door!

What's that?

Not a soul in sight.

It just an accident.

It's 9:
00.

I'll show you.

Stick'em up, Arizona.

Turn around.

All right, get going.

Get a move on.

you'll never get out of

here alive with Arizona.

Just a minute.

What?

all of you

In the name of the law

Now, get in that cell.

Let's get out of

this rat's nest here.

Come on. Let's get out of here

Keep it up, boys.

They're retreating.

Mr. Crew

ain't fooling meany.

get the boss.

Hey, come on, boy. Come on

Yee-hoo!

Give it to'em, Bossy boy.

Hurry up, boys.

I hope he ain't hurt?

Where's Arizona?

I'll be meetin' up with

him before long.

Get on that horse.

There you are.

That's fine,sir. Hmm.

Say, pardner,

I wanna talk to you.

Let me go!

Sonora!

for spoiling

the big romance.

Let's see.

Where were you

Right where I never

should have been interrupted.

Hey, John!

Pardon me.

Thank you.

I wonder if we'll

get a good price

Round up every gunman

in the valley.

Well, major, good

to hear this talk.

See you all

at the fort, I hope.

They wake me up

in the middle of the night...

I'll see he don't get away.

Once more, boys. Let's go.

Come on, let's go.

Whoa. Whoa.

Vamos!

Giddyap, buddy.

Where's Ginger?

Giddyap, Mike, giddyap.

Are you all right?

Hello, darling.

Bring'em up the hill.

Get those buzzards!

They're turning the herd.

Come on.

Madre de dios.

Put them in the mill.

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Marion Jackson

Marion Jackson (December 3, 1897 – November 28, 1962) was an American screenwriter of the late silent and early sound film eras. During her fifteen-year career she would pen the scripts for over 40 films, both original and adaptations. Born in Walla Walla, Washington, she wrote her first script, an original screenplay, which was produced by Monogram Pictures in 1924, The Mask of Lopez, directed by Albert Rogell. It would be her most prolific year, as she would contribute to 11 screenplays that year, either as the screenwriter, or providing the story, or adapting from another source. One of the films she adapted that year was 1924's A Boy of Flanders, from Marie Louise de la Ramée's 1872 novel, A Dog of Flanders. The film was directed by Victor Schertzinger, and starred Jackie Coogan. Some of her notable films were her 1928 adaptation of The Shepherd of the Hills, based on the 1907 novel of the same name by Harold Bell Wright; her original screenplay for The Wagon Master (1929), starring Ken Maynard; and the hit film, Min and Bill (1930), which she co-wrote with Frances Marion, which stars Marie Dressler and Wallace Beery.Two of her films would be remade. Somewhere in Sonora (1927) was remade into a film of the same name in 1932, starring John Wayne. The Land Beyond the Law (1927) was remade twice: the first time in 1932, under the title The Big Stampede, once more starring Wayne; and again in 1937, this time as Land Beyond the Law. Jackson died on November 28, 1962 at the age of 82 in Los Angeles, California. more…

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