Sunday Seconds with the Duke

The Lawless Nineties (1936)

Episode #49

Republic Pictures released The Lawless Nineties to theaters on February 15, 1936. Joseph Kane directed the film which starred John Wayne, Ann Rutherford, and Harry Woods.

‘The Lawless Nineties’ Movie Summary

The Lawless Nineties takes place in the territory of Wyoming ca 1890. The U.S. government sends two agents, John Tipton and a man named Bridger, undercover to Crocket City, Wyoming to ensure the vote on whether to join the Union is on the up and up.

At this time, Wyoming is overrun with outlaws hell-bent on keeping the territory from becoming a state. Charles Plummer leads one such group in town, and his hired thugs run off any homesteader in their path to keep them from voting in the election.

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Republic Pictures released The Lawless Nineties to theaters on February 15, 1936. Joseph Kane directed the film which starred John Wayne, Ann Rutherford, and Harry Woods.

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