Three Texas Steers

Three Texas Steers

John Wayne
Director: George Sherman Cast: John Wayne
John Wayne
, Ray "Crash" Corrigan
Ray "Crash" Corrigan
, Max "Alibi" Terhune
Max "Alibi" Terhune
George Sherman

Blu-ray (Remastered / B&W)

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Forever switching its time-frame from past to present, Republic's "Three Mesquiteers" series returned to a contemporary milieu for Three Texas Steers. The story revolves around a bankrupt circus, and the efforts made by Stony (John Wayne), Tucson (Ray Corrigan) and Lullaby (Max Terhune) to save the show from going under. Carole Landis, a starlet on the verge of bigger things, plays circus owner Nancy, whose efforts to stay afloat are undermined by the covert machinations of her "faithful"manager Ward (Ralph Graves). The film's outcome hinges on a big race, with the circus' dancing horse as a contestant; this scene includes an unexpected moment of high comedy, at once relieving and compounding the tension! Three Texas Steers represented Terhune's "adios" to the Mesquiteers; his replacement in Wyoming Outlaw was Raymond Hatton.

Product Details

Release Date: 10/02/2012
UPC: 0887090047807
Original Release: 1939
Rating: NR
Source: Olive Films
Presentation: [B&W]
Time: 0:56:00
Sales rank: 30,930

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
John Wayne Stony Brooke
Ray "Crash" Corrigan Tucson Smith
Max "Alibi" Terhune Lullaby Joslin
Carole Landis Nancy Evans
Ralph Graves George Ward
Roscoe Ates Sheriff Brown
Collette Lyons Lillian
Billy Curtis Hercules
Ted Adams Steve
Stanley Blystone Rankin
David Sharpe Tony
Ethan Laidlaw Morgan
Lew Kelly Postman
Ted Mapes Actor
Dave Willock Hotel Clerk
John Merton Mike Abbott

Technical Credits
George Sherman Director
William A. Berke Associate Producer
Betty Burbridge Screenwriter
William Lava Score Composer
Tony Martinelli Editor
Ernest W. Miller Cinematographer
Stanley Roberts Screenwriter

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