Blue Steel (1934)

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“Blue Steel” is a Western movie released in 1934, directed by Robert N. Bradbury and starring John Wayne, Eleanor Hunt, and George “Gabby” Hayes. The film follows the story of a sheriff named John Carruthers (John Wayne), who must track down a gang of thieves who have stolen a shipment of gold and are terrorizing a small town.

The movie begins with Carruthers arriving in the town of Yucca City, where he meets a beautiful young woman named Betty Mason (Eleanor Hunt). He soon discovers that a gang of thieves led by a man named Wistful McClintock (Edward Peil Sr.) has stolen a large shipment of gold from the local mining company and is using it to fund their criminal activities.

As Carruthers investigates, he discovers that McClintock and his gang are planning to use the stolen gold to buy a large piece of land that contains a valuable silver mine. Carruthers must use all his skills and cunning to track down the gang and recover the stolen gold before they can carry out their plans.

The movie features several thrilling action sequences, including a horseback chase and a dramatic shootout between Carruthers and the gang. Ultimately, Carruthers is able to apprehend the criminals and return the stolen gold to its rightful owners.

Overall, “Blue Steel” is a classic Western movie that showcases John Wayne’s rugged charm and the timeless themes of justice and redemption that have made the genre so enduring.

Robert N. Bradbury

Robert N. Bradbury

John Wayne, Eleanor Hunt, George ‘Gabby’ Hayes

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