Texas Terror (1935)

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“Texas Terror” is a classic Western film released in 1935, directed by Robert N. Bradbury and starring John Wayne, who plays the character of John Higgins, a sheriff who’s out to prove his worth to his sweetheart, Bess (Lucile Browne), and the townspeople.

The film starts with Higgins accidentally shooting and killing his best friend, Dan Matthews (played by George “Gabby” Hayes), while attempting to apprehend a gang of robbers. Higgins is overwhelmed with guilt and resigns from his position as sheriff.

However, he soon learns that Matthews’ death was not his fault and decides to regain his honor by hunting down the real culprits. Along the way, Higgins encounters a host of obstacles, including a crooked lawyer named Carter (LeRoy Mason) who is behind the robberies and murders.

With the help of Bess and a group of loyal friends, Higgins finally brings the criminals to justice and clears his own name. In the end, he is reinstated as sheriff and is able to start a new life with Bess.

Overall, “Texas Terror” is a classic Western tale of redemption and justice, with John Wayne delivering a strong performance as the determined hero who never gives up on his quest for the truth.

Robert N. Bradbury

Robert N. Bradbury

John Wayne, Lucile Browne, LeRoy Mason

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