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When the West Was Young

Released Sep 30, 1932 1h 3m Western List
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In the desert town of White Sage, surveyor Jack Hare (Randolph Scott) finds himself unintentionally involved in a land war between his new employer, Adam Naab (J. Farrell MacDonald), and saloon owner and rustler Judson Holderness (David Landau). Eager to disrupt Adam's plans, Judson has Jack stranded in the desert, where he is found by Adam and his ward, Judy (Sally Blane). Meanwhile, Judson turns to blackmailing Adam's wayward son, Snap (Gordon Westcott), into gambling with Adam's horse stock. Read More Read Less

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Dennis Schwartz Dennis Schwartz Movie Reviews The directorial debut of Henry Hathaway. Rated: B- Jan 31, 2015 Full Review Read all reviews
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Synopsis In the desert town of White Sage, surveyor Jack Hare (Randolph Scott) finds himself unintentionally involved in a land war between his new employer, Adam Naab (J. Farrell MacDonald), and saloon owner and rustler Judson Holderness (David Landau). Eager to disrupt Adam's plans, Judson has Jack stranded in the desert, where he is found by Adam and his ward, Judy (Sally Blane). Meanwhile, Judson turns to blackmailing Adam's wayward son, Snap (Gordon Westcott), into gambling with Adam's horse stock.
Director
Henry Hathaway
Producer
Harold Hurley
Distributor
Paramount Pictures
Production Co
Paramount Pictures
Genre
Western
Original Language
English
Release Date (Theaters)
Sep 30, 1932, Wide
Release Date (Streaming)
Aug 25, 2018
Runtime
1h 3m