Stampede (film)

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Stampede
Directed by Lesley Selander
Produced by Scott R. Dunlap
John C. Champion
Blake Edwards
Written by Edward Beverly Mann (novel)
Blake Edwards (screenplay)
John C. Champion (screenplay)
Starring see list below
Music by Edward J. Kay
Cinematography Harry Neumann
Edited by Richard V. Heermance
Distributed by Allied Artists
Release date
  • May 1, 1949 (1949-05-01)
Running time
76 minutes
Country United States
Language English

Stampede is a 1949 American Western directed by Lesley Selander.

Plot[edit]

The plot revolves around two brothers: Mike McCall (Rod Cameron), and Tim McCall (Don Castle). The brothers own a large ranch in Arizona and sell some of their surplus grazing land to some settlers. When the settlers arrive they find the land bone dry because the McCall brothers have dammed the river and control all the water.

Settler John Dawson (Steve Clark) and his daughter Connie Dawson (Gale Storm) complain to the local sheriff (Johnny Mack Brown) but the sheriff claims there is nothing he can do. A love interest develops between Tim McCall and Connie Dawson, while simultaneously the settlers try to dynamite the dam and stampede the McCall cattle.

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