Sunday Seconds with the Duke

The Lawless Nineties (1936)

Episode #49

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

‘The Lawless Nineties’ Movie Summary

John Tipton is a federal agent determined to break up Charles K. Plummer’s corrupt Wyoming-territory political machine. Plummer is a politician by day and the head of a corrupt vigilante army by night, bent on killing anyone who opposes his reign. Major Carter is a newspaper editor in town with his lovely daughter to cover the eventual election for the statehood of Wyoming. Murder and mayhem soon follows.

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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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