West of the Divide (1934)
West of the Divide
Directed by Robert N. Bradbury
John Wayne as Ted Hayden
Virginia Brown Faire as Fay Winters
George 'Gabby' Hayes as 'Dusty' Rhodes
Lloyd Whitlock as Mr. Gentry
Yakima Canutt as Hank
Lafe McKee as Mr. Winters
Billy O'Brien as Spuds
Dick Dickinson as Henchman Joe
Earl Dwire as Sheriff
Ted Hayden and Dusty Rhodes are out searching for Ted's long-lost brother Jim, who was kidnapped as a baby after his father was murdered. They discover a dying outlaw, named Gat Gann, who is carrying a letter of introduction for work by Gentry, the man who bought the Hayden family ranch after the death of his father. Ted has suspected Gentry, and now he has a way to find out if his suspicions are true. Ted and Dusty go undercover to find out what happened to Ted's brother and avenge his father's death!
West of the Divide is an unofficial remake of Reckless Rider, staring Willis Kent. Writer Oliver Drake wrote the screenplays for both films.
Actors: Yakima Canutt, George 'Gabby' Hayes, John Wayne