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The John Wayne 1932 Triple Feature: The Big Stampede, Ride Him, Cowboy, and Haunted Gold

The Big Stampede / Ride Him, Cowboy / Haunted Gold

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Warner Archive Collection released the 1932 John Wayne Triple Feature of The Big Stampede, Ride Him, Cowboy, and Haunted Gold to DVD on May 22, 2007.

‘The Big Stampede’ Movie Synopsis

Two groups of cattle rustlers, Sam Crew and his gang, and Sonora Joe and his men are a new herd coming to town. The Governor sends out John Steele to stop them, but Steele’s greatly outnumbered. So, he plans to deputize Sonora and his men to fight the Crew gang.

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‘Ride Him, Cowboy’ Movie Synopsis

John Drury agrees to look for the outlaw known as the Hawk with the help of a volunteer named Henry Simms. However, Simms IS the Hawk, and he ambushes Drury before leaving him stranded in the desert to die. Then Simms kills a man, and plants Drury’s harmonica at the scene. With the help of his horse Duke, Drury manages to escape the hostile desert only to find he’s now accused of murder. He finds that his only change for survival is to clear his name before a hanging Judge.

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‘Haunted Gold’ Movie Synopsis

John Mason returns to the Sally Ann mine to claim his half of its share as Janet Cater also returns to it. Unfortunately, her father lost his half share to Joe Ryan; maybe Ryan wasn’t completely honest in taking that share. However, half isn’t enough for Ryan. He and his gang want all the gold. Now Mason must expose Ryan as an outlaw, and to force him to return his share back to Janet. As the gang kidnaps Mason, a mysterious Phantom shows up to put a wrench in everyone’s plan.

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