The Texans (1938)

The Texans

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The Texans takes place in the years just following the Civil War, as Texas tries to pick up the traces and rebuild itself. Randolph Scott plays a cattle herd driver who is instrumental in carving out the Chisholm Trail, a commercial route from Texas to Kansas. Indians are only part of the problem; Scott must also contend with the Ku Klux Klan and crooked carpetbaggers. But Scott perseveres, and the 1500 mile trail is successfully blazed. The Texans is a remake of the 1924 silent film North of … More

Rating: Unrated
Genre: Western
Directed By: ,
Written By: Bertram Millhauser, Paul H. Sloan, William Wister Haines
In Theaters:
On DVD: Aug 29, 1995
Runtime:

Cast


as Ivy Preston

as Kirk Jordan

as Granna

as Chuckawalla

as Capt. Alan Sanford

as Isaiah Middlebrack

as Cal Tuttle

as Lt. David Nichols

as Uncle Dud

as Juan Rodriguez

as Rosita Rodriguez

as Gen. Corbett

as Sgt. Grady

as Cpl. Thompson

as Sgt. Cahill

as Pvt. Chilina

as Mr. Jessup ...

as Cpl. Parker

as Black Soldier

as Private Soldier

as Cavalry Officer

as Union Soldier

as US Captain

as Man with Watches

as Middle-Aged Lady

as Moody Citizen

as Confederate Soldiers

as Real Estate Man

as Town Lawyer
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Critic Reviews for The Texans

All Critics (3) | Top Critics (2)

Full Review… | March 26, 2009
Variety
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Full Review… | March 25, 2006
New York Times
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There's plenty of manufactured action.

Full Review… | April 17, 2007
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Audience Reviews for The Texans

½

Ordinary western helped by two high quality supporting players, May Robson, full of vinegar and Walter Brennan all down home grit. Whenever they're on screen the picture is a lot of fun. The leads, Randolph Scott and Joan Bennett aren't bad just sort of colorless. Both have been much better elsewhere. Joan, blonde here, really seemed to come into her own a few years on when she switched to brunette it seemed to define her image and make her a more dominant player.

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