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Wildfire (July 18, 1945)

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Wildfire
 

Released on July 18, 1945: Two horse traders run into a gang of rustlers who own the town and after stealing their horses, the gang accuses the horse traders of rustling and wants to string them up.

Produced by William B. David

Directed by Robert Emmett Tansey

The Actors: Bob Steele (Happy Haye), Sterling Holloway (Alkali Jones), John Miljan (PEte Fanning), Eddie Dean (Sheriff Johnny Deal), Virginia Maples (Judy Gordon), Sarah Padden (Aunt Agatha), Gene Alsace (henchman Buck Perry), Francis Ford (Ezra Mills), William Farnum (Judge Polson), William 'Wee Willie' Davis (henchman Moose Harris), John Bridges (Jess Stolton), Frank Ellis (rancher Carter), Al Ferguson (henchman Steve Kane), George Morrell (man at church), Hal Price (Doug Holker, head of the cattlemen's association)

 

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A Wild Horse and Winnie the Poo

This movie opens with a title page declaring that it is the story of a horse. . . . . Well . . . . . There are a couple of heart-rending, tear-jerking moments with the stallion called Wildfire, but golly whiz, this is a good old-fashioned cowboy adventure with horse rustling bad guys and the customary good guy with his whacky side-kick.

Cowboy actor Bob Steel’s side-kick in this story is Georgia born Sterling Holloway, the actor whose face looks familiar, and whose voice is even more familiar. His movie career began before sound was added to the pictures, and when movies with sound began his career really took off. His unique voice and curly red hair made him one of the most remembered character actors of early motion pictures, but his greatest fame came from his work for Walt Disney.

Besides being the cartoon voice of the Cheshire Cat in Alice in Wonderland and many other voice parts in Disney animations, his voice is the voice of Winnie the Poo. In 1991, justĀ  a few months before his death, he was officially named a ‘Disney Legend.’

In this adventure he and Bob Steele take a small group of horses into a small town that is controlled by local boys who steal horses and blame the horse disappearances on a wild stallion. The fight scenes are pretty good, the plot is standard cowboy fare, and watching a ‘B’ poverty row movie in Cinecolor is kinda cool. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.

Wildfire
Wildfire
Bob Steele and Eddie Dean
Bob Steele and Eddie Dean
Bob Steele, Sterling Holloway and Eddie Dean
Bob Steele, Sterling Holloway and Eddie Dean
Bob Steele and Sterling Holloway
Bob Steele and Sterling Holloway
Bob Steele and Virginia Maples
Bob Steele and Virginia Maples
Bob Steele and William Farnum
Bob Steele and William Farnum
Bob Steele and Eddie Dean
Bob Steele and Eddie Dean
Bob Steele and Sterling Holloway
Bob Steele and Sterling Holloway
Bob Steele
Bob Steele
Eddie Dean and Bob Steele
Eddie Dean and Bob Steele
Eddie Dean and Virginia Maples
Eddie Dean and Virginia Maples
Eddie Dean and Virginia Maples
Eddie Dean and Virginia Maples
Francis Ford and Bob Steele
Francis Ford and Bob Steele
Hal Price, John Miljan and Frank Ellis
Hal Price, John Miljan and Frank Ellis
John Bridges
John Bridges
John Miljan and Hal Price
John Miljan and Hal Price
John Miljan
John Miljan
Sarah Padden
Sarah Padden
Sterling Holloway and Eddie Dean
Sterling Holloway and Eddie Dean
Sterling Holloway
Sterling Holloway
Virginia Maples, Eddie Dean and Bob Steele
Virginia Maples, Eddie Dean and Bob Steele
Virginia Maples
Virginia Maples
William Farnum and Bob Steele
William Farnum and Bob Steele
William Farnum
William Farnum