Talk about seeing the biggest, GREATEST number of Horses you’ll ever see at one time. Yes, over 2000 Horses are Rounded up by Cowboys and it’s a real sight to see. Actually pretty amazing to see. Because back in those years long ago, that number of Horses could be found for a Movie and on Open Range. But not no more. And in the end, the Black Stallion dishes out his own Justice on one of the worse of the Bad Outlaws. And this Movie is based on a book written by a Legendary Old West Writer-Zane Grey.
Wild Horse Mesa is a 1947 American Western film directed by Wallace Grissell and starring Tim Holt, Nan Leslie, and Richard Martin. It was written by Norman Houston, based on the novel of the same name by Zane Grey.
|Wild Horse Mesa|
|Theatrical release poster|
|Directed by||Wallace Grissell|
|Produced by||Herman Schlom|
|Screenplay by||Norman Houston|
|Based on||Wild Horse Mesa|
by Zane Grey
|Starring||Tim HoltNan LeslieRichard Martin|
|Music by||Paul Sawtell|
|Edited by||Desmond Marquette|
|RKO Radio Pictures|
|Distributed by||RKO Radio Pictures|
|Release date||November 13, 1947 (US)|
|Running time||61 minutes|
Two cowboys go to work for a rancher and his beautiful daughter. Together they search for wild horses. When they find the horses, a rival rancher offers to purchase them, but during the transaction he murders the good rancher. The rival rancher is soon killed by one of his own men, and he in turn is killed by the wild horse who is the leader of the herd.
A very simple Plot. But watching that many Horses all gathered up at one time is one awesome sight. It’s worth the Watch if you Love Horses. But it’s a good one hour Movie that you’ll enjoy over a barrel bucket of buttered Popcorn