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Blue Steel (May 10, 1934)

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John Wayne and Eleanor Hunt in Blue Steel
 

Released on May 10, 1934: (running time 51 minutes) A local rancher tries to take over all of the ranches because of a rich vein of gold running through them.

Produced by Paul Malvern

Directed by Robert N. Bradbury

The Actors: John Wayne (John Carruthers), Eleanor Hunt (Bety Mason), George 'Gabby' Hayes (Sheriff Jake), Edward Peil Sr. (Malgrove), Yakima Canutt (Danti, the polka-dot bandit), Lafe McKee (Dan Mason), George Cleveland (innkeeper Hank), Earl Dwire (henchman), Chris Allen (townsman), Silver Tip Baker (townsman), Barney Beasley (townsman), Hank Bell (stage driver with payroll), Ralph Bucko (townsman), Horace B. Carpenter (townsman), Lane Chandler (unknown), Jack Evans (townsman), Herman Hack (henchman), Henry Hall (unknown), Theodore Lorch (townsman), Bud McClure (townsman), Art Mix (unknown), Perry Murdock (henchman), George Nash (unknown), Herman Nowlin (townsman), Artie Ortego (henchman), Tex Phelps (henchman)

 
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John and the Polka-Dot Bandit

Our Western adventure opens on a dark and stormy night. Innkeeper Hank is sleeping peacefully in a chair in the lobby of his remote hotel, waiting for a stage coach to arrive. Quietly the door opens and a young John Wayne enters. He tiptoes past the sleeping hotel owner and hides in a closet on the other side of the room.

Soon a grizzled old man enters and wakes the sleeping innkeeper. Sheriff Jake Withers, played by Gabby Hayes, wants to wait for the stage coach to arrive because it is carrying the payroll cash for a gold mine, and the infamous Polka-Dot bandit is on the loose.

The stage coach arrives and the driver gives the innkeeper the bag of cash to hold in the safe until morning when the stage will proceed into town. The Sheriff will watch the lobby and the safe from a room above with a peep-hole cut into the floor.

When everyone has gone to bed, the Polka-Dot bandit quietly enters, and with John Wayne watching from his hiding place in the closet, the bandit opens the safe and gets away with the cash. John Wayne leaves his hiding place and goes over to the now empty safe. The Sheriff is watching through the peep-hole and sees John Wayne at the safe, and as John Wayne leaves the building to chase the Polka-Dot bandit, the Sheriff chases John Wayne, believing that he is the bandit. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.

actors playing the groom and bride
actors playing the groom and bride
Earl Dwire
Earl Dwire
Earl Dwire and Edward Peil Sr.
Earl Dwire and Edward Peil Sr.
Edward Peil Sr.
Edward Peil Sr.
Edward Peil Sr. and Yakima Canutt aim at Carruthers and Jake
Edward Peil Sr. and Yakima Canutt
Eleanor Hunt
Eleanor Hunt
Eleanor Hunt and Edward Peil Sr.
Eleanor Hunt and Edward Peil Sr.
Eleanor Hunt and Lafe McKee
Eleanor Hunt and Lafe McKee
Eleanor Hunt
Eleanor Hunt
Gabby Hayes and George Cleveland
Gabby Hayes and George Cleveland
Gabby Hayes and John Wayne
Gabby Hayes and John Wayne
George Cleveland
George Cleveland
George Cleveland
George Cleveland
Hank Bell
Hank Bell
John Wayne
John Wayne
John Wayne and Eleanore Hunt ride into the sunset
John Wayne and Eleanore Hunt ride into the sunset
John Wayne
John Wayne
Yakima Canutt
Yakima Canutt
Yakima Canutt and Edward Peil Sr.
Yakima Canutt and Edward Peil Sr.
Yakima Canutt
Yakima Canutt