Wild Mustang (October 22, 1935)
Released on October 22, 1935: (running time 58 minutes) When outlaw Utah Evans escapes prison to terrorize the town of Texana, the old Sheriff who locked him up the first time comes out of retirement to chase him down and capture him again.
Produced by William Berke
Directed by Harry L. Fraser
Written by Harry L. Fraser
The Actors: Harry Carey (Joe 'Wild Mustang' Norton), Barbara Fritchie (Jill McClay), Del Gordon (Reno Norton), Katheryn Johns (Ma McClay), Bob Kortman (Utah Evans), George Chesebro (Deputy Tex Carter), Chuck Morrison (henchman Tex), Dick Botiller (Juan Romano Calinie), George Morrell (Sheriff Terry McClay), Milburn Morante (man with dynamite), Jimmy Aubrey (fence builder), Budd Buster (Budd, Norton's cowhand), Tommy Coats (henchman Smokey), Phil Dunham (cashier Peterson), Francis Walker (henchman), Roger Williams (posse rider)
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Bright Star of the Early Western Sky
In 1878 the first telephone switchboard was set up in New Haven Connecticut, and George W. Coy became the first full-time telephone operator. On April 21, 1878, First Lady Lucy Hayes organized an Easter egg-rolling contest on the White house lawn, a tradition that continues to this day. In New York City, a fire station installed a brass pole for firemen to slide down instead of using the stairs.
On January 16, 1878, one of motion picture’s first super-stars was born, Henry DeWitt Carey II. His father was a New York Supreme Court judge, and also the owner of a large sewing factory in the Bronx. In 1908, at the age of thirty, Harry Carey appeared in his first motion picture, and quickly became famous as a cowboy movie star.
By the time sound was added to movies, Harry was already fifty years old, which made him too old to perform the on-screen feats of a young cowboy star, but with his unique voice and acting style, he continued acting in cowboy westerns, mostly in supporting roles. Harry Carey appeared in motion pictures until his death in 1947, with two of his movies premiering after his death. Harry Carey is honored at the beginning of the 1948 John Ford movie "3 Godfathers," as a bright star of the early western sky.
In this cowboy adventure, he is a retired sheriff who is called back into service to avenge the death of the sheriff who took his place in Texana. An infamous outlaw that he put in prison long ago has escaped and Harry Carey, as Sheriff “Wild Mustang” Norton, must re-capture the outlaw and bring peace once again to the town of Texana. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.
Bob Kortman and Dick Botiller
George Chesebrdo and George Morrell
Katheryn Johns and George Chesebro
Harry Carey, George Chesebro and Del Gordon
Harry Carey and George Chesebro
Katheryn Johns and Barbara Fritchie