Sunday Seconds with the Duke

The Dawn Rider (1935)

Episode #42

Lone Star Productions released The Dawn Rider to theaters on June 20, 1935. Robert N. Bradbury directs the film which stars John Wayne, Marion Burns, and Dennis Moore.

‘The Dawn Rider’ Movie Summary

John Wayne plays John Mason, a man who is chasing after his father’s killer. He rides into a new town and immediately gets into a fist fight with another roughneck by the name of Ben McClure. After going toe to toe for a couple of rounds, the two become friends and start drinking. Shortly thereafter, Mason is the witness to a robbery by a gang of outlaws. When the criminals ride out of town, Mason speeds after them and gets himself shot.

Mason is brought back to town and is nursed back to health by the lovely Alice Gordon. Alice is the sister to Rudd Gordon, one of the outlaws that Mason was chasing. Mason falls for Alice, but the situation is complicated by McClure being in love with Alice as well.

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Lone Star Productions released The Dawn Rider to theaters on June 20, 1935. Robert N. Bradbury directs the film which stars John Wayne, Marion Burns, and Dennis Moore.

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