Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
Actors: Randolph Scott, Gail Patrick, Billy Lee, Monte Blue, Raymond Hatton
Director: Charles Barton
Genres: Action & Adventure, Westerns
The trio of Belmut Burch and O?Meary are leading a wagon train west but Murdock is leading the Indians in a fatal attempt to stop them. The settlers fight off the initial attack and reach the mountains but the wagon train ... more »
Wagon Train, Indians, Randolf Scott
books1357 | 01/01/2001
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Great wagon train epic. Randolph Scott gets great support from many fine actors including sidekicks Raymond Hatton and Olin Howland. Fantastic theme song that will stick in your mind for days. A woman hating scout (Scott) and his two sidekicks lead a wagon train of easterners into Indian country. Major action scenes, pictures of the majestic wagons, romance, and Monte Blue as a half-breed villain you'll not soon forget. This is one you'll watch again and again."
Wagon Wheels - A Great Western from 1934
Laura Osterman | Houston, Tx | 12/29/1999
(5 out of 5 stars)
"A well made film from 1934, this movie has everything a good western should have: a good guy wearing the white hat and a bad guy wearing the black, chivalry, campfire songs, humor, and a great cowboys v. indians shootout. This movie was ahead of it's time in 1934, and a pioneer to great westerns and action films that followed. This is a classic that was influential and should not be forgotten."
"Roll along, sing your song; Wagon wheels carry me home..."
Annie Van Auken | Planet Earth | 06/11/2010
(4 out of 5 stars)
"WAGON WHEELS (1934) - Randolph Scott, Gail Patrick, Billy Lee, Raymond Hatton, Monte Blue, Olin Howard
Handsome Randy is trail boss on the first 1844 caravan to Oregon. Very good Charles Barton recreation of the era, adapted from Zane Grey's "Fighting Caravans," has a lovely version of "Wagon Wheels" by The Guardsmen with an intro the Sons of the Pioneers never sang. Excellent fight sequences, night shots, costumes and equipage. With one or two more reels at the end, this hour film would've been a classic. Watch closely for Ann Sheridan's cameo. Presented by PARAMOUNT's Adolph Zukor."