Riders Of Destiny By Robert N. Bradbury-John Wayne-FULL ORIGINAL MOVIE

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Riders of Destiny is a 1933 pre-Code Western musical film starring 26-year-old John Wayne as Singin’ Sandy Saunders, the screen’s second singing cowboy. It was the first of a series of sixteen Lone Star Westerns made for Monogram Pictures between 1933-1935, by Wayne and director Robert N. Bradbury, and the first pairing of Wayne with George “Gabby” Hayes.

The movie begins with Saunders riding his horse and singing on his guitar when he finds Sheriff Bill Baxter tottering in the desert after being shot in the back. The scene cuts to Saunders witnessing Ms. Fay Denton robbing a stagecoach owned by Mr. Kincaid and when she attempts to get away her horse is shot from under her. Saunders rescues her, gives her his horse and then evades the captors attempting to find him…

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