THE HURRICANE EXPRESS (Theatrical Release USA 1932)

 Ben Meyers’ rating: 3.9|5.0 Starsììì


T
he Hurricane Express—simple story—shows the early acting skills of John Wayne. This provides an interesting study of how skills develop over time and persistent work on chosen careers.









Film Poster Courtesy of Wikipedia


 Storyline

 A young man attempts to unmask a criminal who specializes in wrecking the L&M railway lines.

 Additional Thanks

Thank you to Directors J.P. McGowan and Armand Schaefer for directing effort. Thank you to Producer Nat Levine for making the film possible. Additional characters/cast include: Larry Baker (John Wayne), Gloria Martin (Shirley Grey), Stevens (Conway Tearle), Howard Edwards (Tully Marshall), Frank Stratton (Edmund Breese), Walter Gray (Lloyd Whitlock), Carlson (Al Bridge), Tom Jordan (Matthew Betz), Detective Matthews (Joseph W. Girard), and Detective Hemmingway (James P. Burtis).


Buy a ticket
? Yes? No? Maybe?

Yes. This story is an early effort (1932), but manages its presentation onscreen nearly a hundred years later.

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