The Lucky Texan (1934)

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“The Lucky Texan” is a 1934 Western film directed by Robert N. Bradbury and starring John Wayne. The movie follows the story of Jerry Mason (John Wayne), a young man who strikes it lucky by finding a vein of gold on his property. However, his good fortune attracts the attention of some unscrupulous individuals who try to cheat him out of his claim.

Jerry’s friend Jake (George “Gabby” Hayes) tries to help him out, but they both end up getting embroiled in a dangerous situation when they witness a bank robbery. Jerry and Jake become prime suspects, and they must clear their names while also protecting their newfound wealth.

Along the way, Jerry falls in love with a local girl named Joan (Barbara Sheldon), who also happens to be the daughter of the banker who was robbed. Jerry and Joan team up to solve the mystery of the robbery and clear their names, all while fighting off the crooks who are after Jerry’s gold.

“The Lucky Texan” is a classic Western film that features exciting action sequences, including shootouts and horseback chases. John Wayne delivers a charismatic performance as the hero, while George “Gabby” Hayes provides comic relief as his bumbling sidekick. The film is notable for its stunning location shots, which capture the rugged beauty of the American West.

Robert N. Bradbury

Robert N. Bradbury

John Wayne, Barbara Sheldon, George ‘Gabby’ Hayes

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