A Lone Star Production released Riders of Destiny to theaters on October 10, 1933. Robert N. Bradbury directed the film which starred John Wayne, Cecilia Parker, and Forrest Taylor.
‘Riders of Destiny’ Movie Summary
Riders of Destiny begins with Singin’ Sandy Saunders moseying into a western town. He’s on horseback while strumming his six-string guitar and singing a song because that’s what Singin’ Sandy does!
Saunders stumbles upon a local sheriff who has been shot in the back, but is still alive. That sheriff, Bill Baxter, deputizes Saunders who then sends him off to another town to get his injuries attended to.
Saunders continues on down the trail, and finds two stagecoach drivers, Bert and Elmer, shooting a horse, and the rider tumbles to the ground. That rider turns out to be Fay Denton, the daughter of Charlie. She’s been forced to rob the stagecoach before James Kincaid’s men can steal the money that’s rightfully hers and her father’s.read full summary
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