Cyclone of the Saddle (April 3, 1935)

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Cyclone of the Saddle
 

Released on April 3, 1935: Two outlaws are convincing the Injuns to attack wagon trains and it is up to Cyclone Andy to find them and make peace with the Injuns.

Produced by Louis Weiss

Directed by Elmer Clifton

The Actors: Rex Lease (Andy Thomas), Janet Chandler (Sue Carter), Bobby Nelson (Dick Carter), Yakima Canutt (Snake), George Chesebro (Cherokee Charlie), Helen Gibson (Ma Carter), Milburn Morante (Pa Carter), Chief Thunderbird (High Hawk), Luther Standing Bear (Porcupine), Chief Thundercloud (Yellow Wolf), Art Mix (Dick's friend Bison), William Desmond (wagon master), Chuck Baldra (musician), J. Frank Glendon (wagon train gambler), Herman Hack (man in top hat), Jack Jones (musician), Jack Kirk (singer), Cactus Mack (guitar player), Carl Mathews (Indian), George Morrell (soldier), Artie Ortego (Indian Chief and a Cavalryman), Glenn Strange (singer, fiddler and townsman), Mabel Strickland (wagon train woman), Billy Wilkerson (Indian)

 

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Pioneers, Injuns, and the Cyclone

Of the many dozen cowboy western adventures that are on this web site, very few of them involve pioneer settlers vs. Injuns. Usually there are outlaws and white-hat good guys, or cattle men against sheep men, or cattle rustlers against ranchers, but very few Injuns battling settlers. Rarer yet from the early days of motion pictures is the presence of actual, real Native American Indians playing the parts of the Injuns. In this realistic western adventure the actors playing the part of the renegade Injuns are real Native American Indians. As our adventure opens two outlaws are trying to sell some whisky to the local Injuns but are interrupted by a couple of Army Cavalry soldiers who bust up their whisky barrels and tell them that they are not permitted to sell whiskey to the Injuns. The two outlaws are Cherokee Charlie, played by veteran cowboy actor George Chesebro, and Snake, played by legendary actor/director Yakima Canutt, who shows off his skill with a bull-whip. The two outlaws shoot down the soldiers as they are riding away, and decide to convince the Injuns to attack the next wagon train of settlers that enters the valley and split the settler's belongings with them. Meanwhile, Andy is a soldier who can speak Injun, and he is sent by the Army to ride on a wagon train heading into the area where the Injuns are causing trouble and he will try to find the scoundrels who are convincing the Injuns to attack the settlers. On the wagon train he meets the Carters, Ma and Pa, beautiful young Sue, and her kid brother Dick. It isn't long before the Injuns attack the wagon train and amidst the shoot-out several Injuns are killed . . . and Pa Carter. Now widow Ma Carter and her daughter and little son are alone to fight for survival in the wild west, and it is up to Andy to help them find a place to settle down and make a life for themselves. Of course our two outlaws, Cherokee Charlie and Snake have joined the wagon train and mixed in with the settlers, so now the bad guys are in with the settlers and still helping the Injuns. In the set-up for the final battle little Dick is captured by the Injuns and held captive at the Indian village and will soon lose his scalp at the hands of the Injuns . . . . Unless Andy, who rides like a wild cyclone, can save little Dick and shoot his way out of the Injun village without getting killed himself. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.

George Chesebro and Bobby Nelson
George Chesebro and Bobby Nelson
Art Mix
Art Mix
Bobby Nelson and Art Mix
Bobby Nelson and Art Mix
Bobby Nelson
Bobby Nelson
George Chesebro and Rex Lease
George Chesebro and Rex Lease
Helen Gibson, Bobby Nelson and Janet Chandler
Helen Gibson, Bobby Nelson and Janet Chandler
J. Frank Glendon, George Chesebro and Rex Lease
J. Frank Glendon, George Chesebro and Rex Lease
J. Frank Glendon and George Chesebro
J. Frank Glendon and George Chesebro
Janet Chandler
Janet Chandler
Janet Chandler and Art Mix
Janet Chandler and Art Mix
Janet Chandler and George Chesebro
Janet Chandler and George Chesebro
Janet Chandler and Rex Lease
Janet Chandler and Rex Lease
Janet Chandler
Janet Chandler
Rex Lease and Janet Chandler
Rex Lease and Janet Chandler
Rex Lease
Rex Lease
Rex Lease
Rex Lease
Rex Lease
Rex Lease
William Desmond and Rex Lease
William Desmond and Rex Lease
William Desmond and Rex Lease
William Desmond and Rex Lease
Yakima Canutt
Yakima Canutt
Yakima Canutt, Chief Thundercloud and George Chesebro
Yakima Canutt, Chief Thundercloud and George Chesebro
Yakima Canutt
Yakima Canutt