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Wells Fargo Days (1944)

 |  Short, Western  |  1 April 1944 (USA)
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Bob McAdams arrives in the town of Sunrise and turns in his gun promising to stay out of trouble. When a gambler cheats him at poker, he backs down rather than fight. But when the Wells ... See full summary »



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Complete credited cast:
Dennis Moore ...
Bob McAdams, aka The Man from Tascosa
Louise Stanley ...
Millie Carter
Karl Hackett ...
Mike, a Gambler
Ed Cassidy ...
Lon Carter
Lafe McKee ...
Pop Lyman
Eva McKenzie ...
Mrs. Warren
Art Baker ...
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Bob McAdams arrives in the town of Sunrise and turns in his gun promising to stay out of trouble. When a gambler cheats him at poker, he backs down rather than fight. But when the Wells Fargo office is robbed and the Agent shot, he straps on his gun once again and heads out after the robbers. Written by Maurice VanAuken <>

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Short | Western





Release Date:

1 April 1944 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

The Man from Tascosa  »

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Sound Mix:

(Western Electric Mirrophonic Recording)



Aspect Ratio:

1.37 : 1
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Fifth episode in Warner Bros. Santa Fe Trail 2-reel Western series See more »


Gwine to Rune All Night
aka "De Camptown Races"
Music by Stephen Foster
Played when the new horses are hitched to the wagon at the beginning
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Was Cinecolor this ugly back in 1939?
27 November 2010 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

This was originally released in 1939 by Monogram Studios. Then, in 1944 it was re-named and released by Warner Brothers--an odd occurrence to see a film re-released by a bigger studio. Apparently the film was actually made by the Cinecolor Company and I assume it was done to show off their color process. However, when I saw the film on Turner Classic Movies, it was ugly as can be--with garish, washed out colors that looked more like Two-Color Technicolor than the improved Three-Color process that was gaining popularity in the late 1930s. Now it is very possible that the print has just degraded over time and needs restoration. If it actually did look like this, then I can see why Cinecolor never became very popular.

The film is set in an old West town. A guy arrives because his girlfriend lives in this tiny town. However, she has made him promise to give up his guns and never wear them around town. As a result, he is seen by some as a coward. However, when the bank is robbed and his friend is shot, he rises to the occasion and proves his manliness.

This film is an odd little short film, as it's like an entire 70 minute western crammed into only 20 minutes. It's not at all bad, but very rushed. Also, the star, Dennis Moore, didn't have a huge amount of charisma. But, it's pleasant enough viewing nevertheless.

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