The Wild Horse Stampede (1926)

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Cowboy Jack Carter, the proud owner of the Australian shepherd Bunk, accepts the challenge of corralling 10,000 wild horses within a 10-day period. With the enormous sum for his efforts, ... See full summary »


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30 August 2017 | Maliejandra
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| Routine Western
Jack Tanner (Jack Hoxie) is a poor cowboy hoping to increase his fortune so he can marry his sweetheart (Fay Wray). Charlie Champion (William Steele) wants to kill all of the wild horses in the area because of their destructive behavior. Jack offers to round them up, hoping he can then sell them and make a fortune. They give him ten days.

I am not a fan of westerns because they seem to tell the same basic stories over and over again against a beautiful outdoor backdrop. This is no exception.

Hoxie seems to be an odd choice for a movie star. His enormous teeth make him seem like he is grimacing most of the time. It seems many movie fans like to pity him for the loss of his career, but I say he is lucky to have had a successful career in the movies at all.

I saw this film screened at Capitolfest in 2017.

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Release Date:

5 September 1926

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None, English


Country of Origin

USA

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