Release dateApril 16, 1943 (1943-04-16) WriterElizabeth Beecher (screenplay), Frances Kavanaugh (story) CastKen Maynard (Marshal Ken Maynard), Hoot Gibson (Marshal Hoot Gibson), Betty Miles (Betty Wallace), Bob Baker (Marshal Bob Tyler), Ian Keith (Carson), Si Jenks (Rawhide) Similar moviesRelated Alan James movies
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Wild Horse Stampede is a 1943 American Western film, directed by Alan James and starring Ken Maynard and Hoot Gibson playing marshals with their own names in the manner of Gene Autry and Roy Rogers. It was the first of eight Monogram Pictures "The Trail Blazers" film series, replacing the studio's Range Busters series.
With many actors called up for World War II, Monogram Pictures began a series starring two older but still popular Western stars, Hoot Gibson and Ken Maynard. Maynard recalled Monogram offered each of them $600 per film. When Maynard remarked to Gibson that the pair of them should lose some weight for the film, Gibson replied "For the kind of money we're gettin' I ain't missin' no desserts".