INFORMATION FROM IMDb
The government will grant a fringe of terrain for the settlers
who want to live and work there.
The starting sign will be a gunshot which will iniciate
the run for the best fields and claims.
Written by Volker Boehm
William S. Hart ... Don Carver (as Wm. S. Hart)
Barbara Bedford ... Molly Lassiter
Lucien Littlefield ... Kentucky Rose
J. Gordon Russell ... Noll Lassiter
Richard Neill ... Bill Freel (as Richard R. Niell)
Jack Murphy ... Bart Lassiter
James Gordon ... Joe Hinman
George F. Marion ... Old Man (as George Marion)
Gertrude Claire ... Old Woman
Lillian Leighton ... Widow Riley
Taylor N. Duncan ... Cavalry Major (as Ted Duncan)
and many more...
King Baggot ... (as King Baggott)
William S. Hart ... (uncredited)
Hal G. Evarts ... (story)
C. Gardner Sullivan ... (adaptation)
William S. Hart ... producer
James C. Bradford ... (1939)
William P. Perry ... (as William Perry) (1975)
Artur Guttmann ... (1939) (uncredited)
Joseph H. August
Ironically, tumbleweeds - the plant this movie is named after -
are not native to Texas; they come from Russia.
At about 1:07, just after the locked-up "Sooners" rush Dan Carver
who is cutting through a rail, the scene shifts to a team of horses pulling a wagon.
The right "off" wheeler horse can be seen to go lame but continue running with a noticeable limp.
This film was first telecast on New York City's pioneer television station
WNBT Thursday 17 July 1941.
It is one of over 200 titles in the list of independent feature films
made available for television presentation by Advance Television Pictures
announced in Motion Picture Herald 4 April 1942.
At this time, television broadcasting was in its infancy,
almost totally curtailed by the advent of World War II,
and would not continue to develop until 1945-1946.
Don Carver: Boys, it's the last of the West.
Santa Clarita, California, USA
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