West Of The Divide (1934)

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  • WEST OF THE DIVIDE


    DIRECTED AND WRITTEN BY ROBERT NORTH BRADBURY
    PRODUCED BY PAUL MALVERN
    LONE STAR PRODUCTIONS
    MONOGRAM PICTURES


    Photo with the courtesy of lasbugas


    INFORMATION FROM IMDb


    Plot Summary
    Ted Hayden impersonates a wanted man and joins Gentry's gang only to learn later that Gentry was the one who killed his father. He saves Virginia Winters' dad's ranch from Gentry and also rescues his long-lost brother Spud.
    Summary written by Ed Stephan


    Full Cast
    John Wayne .... Ted Hayden, posing as Gat Ganns
    Virginia Brown Faire .... Fay Winters (as Virginia Faire Brown)
    George 'Gabby' Hayes .... 'Dusty' Rhodes (as George Hayes)
    Lloyd Whitlock .... Mr. Gentry (as Loyd Whitlock)
    Yakima Canutt .... Hank (Gentry Henchman)
    Lafe McKee .... Mr. Winters
    Billy O'Brien .... Spuds (later Jim Hayden) (as Billie O'Brien)
    Dick Dickinson .... Henchman Joe
    Earl Dwire .... Sheriff
    Horace B. Carpenter .... Cattle Buyer Hornsby (uncredited)
    Artie Ortego .... Henchman (uncredited)
    Tex Palmer .... Henchman (uncredited)
    Hal Price .... Doctor Silsby (uncredited)
    Archie Ricks .... Henchman (uncredited)
    Wally Wales .... Henchman (uncredited)
    Blackie Whiteford .... Henchman Butch (uncredited)


    Writing Credits
    Robert N. Bradbury story and screenplay
    Oliver Drake story (uncredited)


    Cinematography
    Archie Stout


    Stunts
    Yakima Canutt .... stunt double: John Wayne (uncredited)
    Jack Jones .... stunts (uncredited)
    Eddie Parker .... stunts (uncredited)


    Goofs
    * Errors made by characters (possibly deliberate errors by the filmmakers): During a fight between Ted Hayden and Butch, Spuds shouts, "Come on, Ted!" Actually, Ted has been introduced to him and all others at the gangsters' hide-out as Gat Ganns. His real identity is in fact revealed later.


    * Continuity: When Ted Hayden first introduces himself to Gentry, the shadow on his shirt changes depending upon the camera angle.


    * Continuity: When Gentry introduces 'Gat Ganns' to the boys, his arms are by his side and his hands are empty. The next shot shows him with arms folded and holding a cigarette. When he instructs the boys to show Gat and Rusty to the sleeping quarters the cigarette has disappeared.


    * Continuity: When the dog spooks the team that Spud is driving, there are fences and buildings in the background. However the close shots of Spud show open fields behind him.


    Filming Location
    Kernville, California, USA


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    West of the Divide

    Best Wishes
    Keith
    London- England

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  • West of the Divide is a 1934 American Western film starring John Wayne


    This is number 3 in the series.
    I am biased towards, these Lone Star films.
    I enjoy all of them, for all their whirlwind, few days, low budget filming,
    they are a joy, and fun to watch.
    It is great to see Duke maturing in his career, and by the end of the series,
    his cadence is lower, and more mature.
    Throughout this series there were some fine character actors.
    George 'Gabby'Hayes, was once again priceless, he possessed a photographic
    memory, so that, he not only knew his own part, but be knew everyone elses, as well


    Gabby said,

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    If you don't believe it in the eyes, you don't get the point across


    In this one Duke's love interest is Virginia Brown Faire,
    not one of his better ones.


    Duke is also joined by most of the best of Lone Star company,
    Yak,Earl Dwire and Lafe Mckee.
    Great film, with a runaway wagon and fight sequence,
    the falls are for real, and a happy ending.


    west-of-the-divide-3.jpg


    User Review

    Best Wishes
    Keith
    London- England

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  • Here are some posters for this movie. Aren't some of these a beautiful art form? The more I see them, the more I appreciate them.


    This first one is from 1934 -


    West of the Divide-1934 poster.jpg


    Here is a 1939 re-release -


    West of the Divide-1939 re-release poster-1.jpg


    And one more, from 1949 -


    West of the Divide-1949 re-release poster.jpg

  • Its one of john wayne strongest lone star westerns.loved every part of the film.to me it gets better with each viewing.it had everything from location gabby hayes and action.its up there with the trail beyond and the man from utah.