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War of the Wildcats (December 6, 1943)

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John Wayne in War of the Wildcats
 

Released on December 6, 1943: In 1906 Oklahoma, a tough oil millionaire and a tougher cowboy fight each other over oil wells and the attention of a pretty school teacher.

Directed by Albert S. Rogell

The Actors: John Wayne (Daniel F. Somers), Martha Scott (Catherine Elizabeth Allen), Albert Dekker (Jim 'Hunk' Gardner), George 'Gabby' Hayes (Despirit Dean the stage coach driver), Dale Evans (Cuddles Walker the dance hall singer), Rhonda Fleming (dance hall girl), Marjorie Rambeau (Bessie Baxter, the hotel proprietor), Grant Withers (Richardson the head driller), Sidney Blackmer (President Teddy Roosevelt), Paul Fix (Cherokee Kid), Cecil Cunningham (Mrs. Ames), Irving Bacon (Ben the telegraph operator), Byron Foulger (Wilkins), Anne O'Neal (Mrs. Peabody), Richard Graham (Walter Ames), Stanley Andrews (Mason the Indian agent), Charles Arnt (Joe the train conductor), Hooper Atchley (Witherspoon's assistant), Roy Barcroft (oil worker on the train), Charles Bates (Little Sun), Bill Bozage (Dan's man, oiler), Dick Botiller (Blake, oiler), Linda Brent (dance hall girl), Yakima Canutt (bit part), Jess Cavin (barfly), Eddy Chandler (McCann, Gardner's oil man), George Chandler (bit part), Lane Chandler (card player on the train), Mary Jane Croft (dance hall girl), Wade Crosby (Corrigan, oiler), William B. Davidson (master of ceremonies), Babe DeFreest (bit part), Myrna Dell (blonde), John Dilson (Witherspoon's clerk), Curley Dresden (second randy train passenger), Kenne Duncan (the indignant businessman on the train), Pearl Early (Mrs. Simpson), Edward Gargan (Kelsey, waiter), Bud Geary (Miller, card player on the train), Gus Glassmire (Secretary of the Interior), Fred Graham (Gardner's man), Bonnie Jean Hartley (saloon girl), Al Hill (waiter), Pat Hogan (bit part), Charles Jordan (Crawford, an oiler), Jack Kenney (Dan's man, oiler), Jack Kirk (first randy train passenger), Mike Lally (Gardner's oil man), Arthur Loft (Fenton), Tom London (Tom, the farmer on the train), LeRoy Mason (promoter), Frank McCarroll (train passenger), June Pickerell (farmer's wife), Rebel Randall (woman on the train), Jack Raymond (oil worker), Bob Reeves (bit part), Dick Rich (card player on the train), Harry Shannon (Charlie Witherspoon), Charles Sherlock (scared wagon driver), Tom Steele (man on train), Larry Stewart (vendor on the train), Oril Taller (bit part), Emmett Vogan (President Roosevelt's aide), Robert Warwick (Chief Big Tree), Slim Whitaker (man on train), Harry Woods (Al Dalton), Will Wright (doctor)

 
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I Owe You My Life, Lady . . . What Would You Like to Do With It?

As our adventure opens a beautiful young lady is being run out of a small Western town by a group of self-righteous women. The young lady has written a steamy romance novel, and the women of this town believe that the author is a promiscuous lady.

In truth, the lady is a naïve school teacher, writing from her dreams and not her experience. Aboard the train she meets the suave and handsome millionaire Jim Gardner, played by Albert Dekker, who is a wealthy oil man. She rides in his private railroad car and soon he offers her the chance to experience the wild side of life with him as her teacher.

Suddenly a cowboy jumps on the back of the private railroad car and enters, explaining that his horse died and he didn’t feel much like walking. Daniel Somers, played by John Wayne, has just returned from fighting in Cuba and the Philippines and is now returning to the wild west to find work as a cowhand.

The millionaire oil man and the cowboy will fight each other over Indian oil leases, and the pretty blonde school teacher, played by Martha Scott, will be torn between the wealthy playboy oil man and the no-nonsense cowboy. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.

John Wayne
John Wayne
Martha Scott
Martha Scott
Albert Dekker
Albert Dekker
Albert Dekker and Byron Foulger
Albert Dekker and Byron Foulger
Albert Dekker and Harry Harvey
Albert Dekker and Harry Harvey
Albert Dekker and John Wayne
Albert Dekker and John Wayne
Albert Dekker
Albert Dekker
Albert Dekker
Albert Dekker
Byron Foulger
Byron Foulger
Byron Foulger
Byron Foulger
Charles Bates
Charles Bates
Dale Evans
Dale Evans
Dale Evans
Dale Evans
Gabby Hayes, Robert Warwick and Stanley Andrews
Gabby Hayes, Robert Warwick and Stanley Andrews
Gabby Hayes and John Wayne
Gabby Hayes and John Wayne
George 'Gabby' Hayes
George 'Gabby' Hayes
Grant Withers, John Wayne and Gabby Hayes
Grant Withers, John Wayne and Gabby Hayes
Grant Withers and John Wayne
Grant Withers and John Wayne
Harry Harvey and Albert Dekker
Harry Harvey and Albert Dekker
Irving Bacon and Albert Dekker
Irving Bacon and Albert Dekker
Irving Bacon
Irving Bacon
John Wayne
John Wayne
John Wayne and Charles Bates
John Wayne and Charles Bates
John Wayne, Gabby Hayes and Grant Withers
John Wayne, Gabby Hayes and Grant Withers
John Wayne and Grant Withers
John Wayne and Grant Withers
John Wayne and Grant Withers
John Wayne and Grant Withers
John Wayne and Martha Scott
John Wayne and Martha Scott
John Wayne and the bartender
John Wayne and the bartender
John Wayne and Martha Scott
John Wayne and Martha Scott
John Wayne
John Wayne
Marjorie Rambeau
Marjorie Rambeau
Marjorie Rambeau and Martha Scott
Marjorie Rambeau and Martha Scott
Martha Scott
Martha Scott
Martha Scott and Albert Dekker
Martha Scott and Albert Dekker
Martha Scott, Marjorie Rambeau and John Wayne
Martha Scott, Marjorie Rambeau and John Wayne
Martha Scott and Marjorie Rambeau
Martha Scott and Marjorie Rambeau
Martha Scott
Martha Scott
Paul Fix
Paul Fix
Paul Fix
Paul Fix
Robert Warwick and Gabby Hayes
Robert Warwick and Gabby Hayes
Robert Warwick and two Indians
Robert Warwick and two Indians
Sidney Blackmer
Sidney Blackmer