Sunday Seconds with the Duke

The Big Stampede (1932)

Episode #20

Warner Bros. released The Big Stampede to theaters on October 8, 1932. Tenny Wright directed the film which starred John Wayne, Noah Beery, Paul Hurst.

The Big Stampede Movie Summary

The Governor of the New Mexico Territory deputizes John Steele (John Wayne) to put an end to rampant cattle rustling in the territory. John poses as a drunken drifter, and observes what is happening. He learns that there are two main rustling gangs. The first is led by Sonora Joe and the other by Sam Crew. Crew poses as an upstanding citizen while employing the dangerous Arizona Frank Bailey to take care of his dirty work.

When news travels to Santa Fe a herd of 5,000 cattle heads to town, John joins the camp to help protect the cattle. He befriends the leader, Cal Brett and his family. John falls for Brett’s pretty niece, Ginger.

Both Sonora Joe and Sam Crew plan to steal the cattle. Arizona Bailey attacks first on behalf of Crew, and Cal Brett dies during a battle.

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