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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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
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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 <mvanauken@a1access.net>

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Short | Western

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1 April 1944 (USA)  »

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Classics of the Screen (1954-1955 season) (#1): Wells Fargo Days  »

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(Western Electric Mirrophonic Recording)

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

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Polly Wolly Doodle
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Played when the Wells Fargo wagon pulls into Sunrise at the beginning
Also the first tune played at the Sunrise Saloon
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Every Cliche in twenty minutes
30 July 2002 | by (New York City) – See all my reviews

The beauty of this two-reeler -- and its physical beauty has faded with the aging of its colorwork -- is that it seems to encompass every single western cliche in 20 minutes. Although it does lack a couple of the plotlines, it includes fancy shooting -- Dennis Moore, Dennis Moore, galloping through the sward... ahem -- fancy riding, the pretty schoolmarm and the Old Coot. Yes, truly a western for the moviegoer on the go!


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