Last of the Wild Horses
Last of the Wild Horses is a 1948 American Western film directed by Robert L. Lippert and starring James Ellison, Mary Beth Hughes and Jane Frazee.
Duke Barnum, a rogue cowboy just outside of Jacksonville Oregon, appears to be planning to rob a stagecoach when he spots three men trying to catch a small horse thief. Not knowing the reason behind the chase and figuring the odds are unfair, he intervenes, stopping them in their tracks. After some banter, Duke tries to leave, but one of the three men, Hank, takes a shot at him. Duke shoots Hank in the arm, and upset at the attempted double cross, Duke forces the men off their horses, and makes them take off their boots, forcing them to walk back to their destination barefoot.
|director||Robert L. Lippert|
|keywords||branding iron break comic relief correspondence course distance education double cross false alibi hide horse thief horseshoe kill pass plan post office question ranch hand remedy reshod run tooth extraction traditional medicine want wild horse young woman|
|producer||Carl K. Hittleman|
|productionCompany||Robert Lippert Productions|
|publisher||Screen Guild Productions|