Heroes of the West (1932)
John Blaine wins a contract to build a section of the Transcontinental Railroad. With his daughter Ann and his eighteen-year-old son, Noah, Blaine establishes his construction camp in the heart of Wyoming, on the border of hostile Indian territory. Forces led by Rance Judd, Bart Eaton, and the renegade Buckskin Joe, unite to stop Blaine from completing the job on time. But with the leadership of construction engineer Tom Crosby and young Noah, the hardships of railroad pioneering are overcome.- Written by Les Adams <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Blaine is building a section of the transcontinental railroad and his foreman Judd is delaying the work. Behind schedule, Blain brings in a new foreman Tom Crosby who has to fight off repeated attacks by both Judd's henchman and the Indians as he tries to complete the line on time.- Written by Maurice VanAuken <email@example.com>
Efforts to build a transcontinental railroad are resisted by crooks and Indians on the warpath.- Written by BrianVN@earthlink.net
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