Santa Fe Bound (1936)

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When Crenshaw kills a bushwhacker he takes his letter of introduction. This letter saves him from hanging when Stanton thinks he is the outlaw he has hired. But Crenshaw is in more trouble when Denton arrives and exposes him as a fake.


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  • Jeanne Martel in Santa Fe Bound (1936)
  • Tom Tyler in Santa Fe Bound (1936)
  • Tom Tyler in Santa Fe Bound (1936)
  • Richard Cramer, Jeanne Martel, Lafe McKee, Tom Tyler, and Wally West in Santa Fe Bound (1936)
  • Richard Cramer, Jeanne Martel, Lafe McKee, and Tom Tyler in Santa Fe Bound (1936)
  • Ed Cassidy, Richard Cramer, Jeanne Martel, Tom Tyler, Slim Whitaker, and Dorothy Wood in Santa Fe Bound (1936)

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Director:

Harry S. Webb

Writers:

Carl Krusada (story), Rose Gordon (screenplay)

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14 May 2017 | bkoganbing
5
| Taking the identity of the killer
Tom Tyler is Santa Fe Bound when he comes across a bushwhacking. He gets the bushwhacker and talks to his target before he dies. Most would just bury the two deceaseds and move on, but Tyler's a cowboy hero and that just doesn't happen.

Not knowing the lay of the land he takes money the deceased had on him and the identity of the killer. Just to see reactions. It nearly gets him lynched, but he does find out what he needs to know to save Jeanne Martel's ranch. It was her father who was murdered.

For a poverty row western Santa Fe Bound is not too bad Tyler is one of those actors who does well as hero and villain, his most famous role is one of the western genre's meanest villains Luke Plummer of Stagecoach. He's not bad as the hero as in this film.

Santa Fe Bound should satisfy any aging Saturday matinée kid.

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Release Date:

15 August 1936

Language

English


Country of Origin

USA

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