Sunday Seconds with the Duke

Blue Steel (1934)

Episode #45

A Lone Star Production released Blue Steel to theaters on May 10, 1934. Robert N. Bradbury directed the film which starred John Wayne, Eleanor Hunt, and George ‘Gabby’ Hayes.

‘Blue Steel’ Movie Summary

When Sheriff Jake sees a man at a safe, and the town’s payroll gone, he trails him. Just as he is about to arrest the “thief”, the man named John Carruthers saves his life. Still suspicious, he joins John on his travels, and the two later learn that the town’s leading citizen named Melgrove is trying to take over the area’s ranches. Melgrove wants his gang stop all incoming supply wagons any way possible. With the desperate ranchers about to sell to Melgrove, Jake and John decide bring in life-saving provisions themselves.

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A Lone Star Production released Blue Steel to theaters on May 10, 1934. Robert N. Bradbury directed the film which starred John Wayne, Eleanor Hunt, and George 'Gabby' Hayes.

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  1. Hello there! I’ve been listening to your podcast on the way to and from work. It’s awesome that you all are going through John Wayne’s entire movie catalog and reviewing them. I find that to be an extremely interesting concept. I am a huge John Wayne fan. I currently own all of John Wayne’s leading roles with the exception of the films that have been perceived to be lost. So if you all ever need a guest to come on, I’d be interested and I’m prepared lol. But in the meantime, I’d be interested in hearing an episode from one of John Waynes 1937’s adventure films like Sea Spoilers, Conflict or that time he played a hockey player in Idol of the Crowds. I also can’t wait to hear your all’s opinions of John Wayne’s serials from the early 30’s! Lol! Well I hope to hear from you! Keep up the good podcasts!

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