Texas Terror (February 1, 1935)
Released February 1, 1935: (running time 51 minutes) The small town Sheriff turns in his badge when he thinks he killed his best friend for robbing the Wells Fargo office.
Produced by Paul Malvern
Directed by Robert N. Bradbury
Written by Robert N. Bradbury
The Actors: John Wayne (John Higgins), Lucile Browne (Bess Matthews), LeRoy Mason (Joe Dickson), Fern Emmett (Aunt Martha Hubbard), George 'Gabby' Hayes (Sheriff Ed Williams), Jay Wilsey (Blackie Martin), John Ince (Blacksmith Bob), Henry Roquemore (dance emcee), Jack Duffy (Jake Abernathy), Frank Ball (Dan Matthews), Bert Dillard (Red Martin), Julia Griffith (Mrs. Hogan, gossip party guest), Herman Hack (henchman), Jack Jones (townsman), Jack Kenney (cowboy at dance), Thomas G. Lingham (Besses driver), Bobby Nelson (Chief Black Eagle's son), Bert O'Hara (musician), Artie Ortego (Black Eagle), George Ovey (man at dance), Tex Palmer (posse rider), Tex Phelps (henchman, dancer), Bud Pope (henchman)
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The Sheriff and His Indian Posse
In the Texas Terror we see cowboy John Wayne at his very best, And the only time I've ever seen the Duke with a real beard! Western fans will also enjoy seeing George 'Gabby' Hayes in a straight part - he is usually part of the comic relief as the affable side-kick, but in this cowboy adventure he is the straight-talking Sheriff that takes John's place when he resigns as Sheriff. Another thing that I enjoy about this movie is that it is set in the 'present' - 1935 in the west, complete with telephones and a 1935 car being used as a stage. It is a very realistic look at the rural west in 1935.
As our adventure opens Sheriff John Higgins, played by John Wayne, chases Wells Fargo bandits and by strange events, the Sheriff believes that he has killed his best friend, rancher Mathews. In great sorrow John gives up his badge and goes into the hills to become a lonesome desert rat.
While roaming the desert outside town two events will change John’s life. First he will save the life of a young Indian boy and return the lad to the nearby Indian village. Black Eagle, the Indian Chief is so grateful to John that he gives him a special ring to wear. This ring will identify him as a great friend of the Indians.
Soon, the daughter of his best friend comes west to visit her father’s ranch, and the stage she is riding in is held up by outlaws, and the desert rat John Higgins, complete with scraggly beard and dirty face, scares away the outlaws, grabs the money bag and sets the young girl on her way towards town. John is going to return the money to the town, but she believes that he is one of the outlaws riding away with the money.
This leads to that and when the young girl takes over her father’s ranch, John Higgins, now clean shaven and handsome, becomes her ranch foreman . . . Until she sees the ring on his hand . . . . The special ring given to him by Black Eagle . . . . The ring that she saw on the hand of the outlaw who took the stage money. Bess will fire her foreman, believing that he killed her father, and hire the man who really killed her father. Bess is going to lose her ranch to the killer of her father unless John can make things right and prove that he did not kill her father. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.
Lucile Browne dancing with John Wayne
Billy Wilkerson and John Wayne
George 'Gabby' Hayes
Jack Duffy, Henry Roquemore and Fern Emmett
John Ince and Gabby Hayes
John Wayne and Gabby Hayes
LeRoy Mason and Julia Griffith
Lucile Browne and Fern Emmett