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New Frontier (1939)

 -  Western  -  10 August 1939 (USA)
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The Three Mesquiteers convince a group of settlers to exchange their present property for some which, unbeknownst to our good guys, is going to be worthless. They are captured before they can warn the ranchers.

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Cast

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Ray Corrigan ...
Raymond Hatton ...
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Celia Braddock (as Phylis Isley)
Eddy Waller ...
Major Steven Braddock
Sammy McKim ...
Stevie Braddock
LeRoy Mason ...
M.C. Gilbert
Harrison Greene ...
William Proctor
Reginald Barlow ...
Judge Bill Lawson
Burr Caruth ...
Dr. William Hall
Dave O'Brien ...
Jason Braddock
Hal Price ...
Sheriff
Jack Ingram ...
Harmon
Bud Osborne ...
Dickson
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Jed Turner (as Charles Whitaker)
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The state government plans to build a flood-control dam and condemns the property of the local farmers and ranchers, including The Three Mesquiteers. The state intends to compensate the land-owners fairly, but a crooked real-estate promoter complicates things. The ranchers, led by Stony Brooke ('John Wayne' (q)), Tucson Smith ('Ray Corrigan') and Rusty Joslin (Raymond Hatton) fight back against both the law and the crooks. Written by Les Adams <longhorn1939@suddenlink.net>

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10 August 1939 (USA)  »

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Frontier Horizon  »

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Jennifer Jones's film debut. See more »

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After a prologue that takes place immediately after the end of the Civil War, the body of the film takes place fifty years later, which would make it about 1914. At this time the Three Mesquiteers are supposed to be Pony Express riders; however, Pony Express only ran from 1860 to 1861, having been abandoned at the start of telegraph service. See more »

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Follows Come on, Cowboys (1937) See more »

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Social Awareness, B western style.
16 July 2007 | by (Flushing, NY) – See all my reviews

New Hope Valley is celebrating its 50th anniversary, but the celebration is short lived by the arrival of assemblyman Proctor and developer Gilbert, who announce that New Hope Valley is being condemned so that the land can be used for the site of a new dam which will give water to nearby developing communities. This riles the residents who attack the developers while they are on construction. Gilbert, who is stopping at no lengths to see the project completed, is convinced that the residents will listen to Stony, Tucson, and Rusty, so he tells them of their plan of moving to a new piece of land where they will have irrigation and the chance to start anew on their farms. However the Three Mesquiteers learn that this was just a dupe by Gilbert & Proctor since they have no plans to carry water to that new valley, and the three go to confront Gilbert and his men before they flood New Hope Valley. Another well done entry in the 3 Mesquiteers series despite the fact that the villainous element isn't seen until 30 minutes into the picture and there is very little in the ways of action until the very end. Like their next film Wyoming Outlaw, this is another entry in the series dealing with issues of the times primarily the leaving of the town versus the use of progress to help nearby communities. Well done with an excellent finale at the dam. Rating, based on B westerns, 7.


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