Konga, The Wild Stallion

  • 1939
  • Movie
  • NR
  • Western

Fred Stone plays an aging rancher whose love for horses is threatened by the encroachment of civilization, whereby grassland becomes farmland. A feud develops between Calhoun (Stone) and his farmer neighbor, Hadley (Robert Warwick), when horses knock down the farmer's fences and trample his wheat fields. Hadley shoots several horses, including Calhoun's...read more

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Fred Stone plays an aging rancher whose love for horses is threatened by the encroachment of civilization, whereby grassland becomes farmland. A feud develops between Calhoun (Stone) and his farmer neighbor, Hadley (Robert Warwick), when horses knock down the farmer's fences and trample his

wheat fields. Hadley shoots several horses, including Calhoun's favorite stallion, Konga, and the rancher retaliates by shooting Hadley. The love affair that develops between Calhoun's son (Richard Fiske) and Warwick's daughter (Rochelle Hudson) offers some hope for a peaceful future, though. Good

performances highlight this competently made film.

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