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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Harry S. Webb


Carl Krusada (story), Rose Gordon (screenplay)

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30 October 2020 | hines-17322
| One-Shot Morgan Throwing Lead
Morgan declares, "We're aiming to string up this white livered coyote and save you the trouble". Plenty of action in this Tom Tyler western thriller with gorgeous heroine Jeanne Martel who was the real life wife of Tyler. Also plenty of great regulars of the era including Lafe McKee, Slim Whitaker, Charles King, Earl Dwire and Ed Cassidy. I agree with other reviewers that there were some editing issues but seeing how it was a poverty row film there wasn't much finances for retakes. Richard Cramer noted for his work with Laurel and Hardy does a great job as the villain vying for the affections of the leading lady. Look for some great stunts especially when Tyler has to make a big leap with his horse. Also, Dorothy Wood from the silent era gives a most spirited performance as Bridget.


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15 August 1936



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