Mustang

  • 1959
  • Movie
  • NR
  • Western

Beutel is a rodeo star who is forced to become a lowly ranch hand after gambling away all of his prize money. Keyes hires him to work on an Oklahoma ranch he owns with sister Trahey. A beautiful wild stallion is seen running loose around the ranch, which upsets the mares. Keyes wants it killed, but Beutel captures the horse and breaks him. The story ends...read more

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Beutel is a rodeo star who is forced to become a lowly ranch hand after gambling away all of his prize money. Keyes hires him to work on an Oklahoma ranch he owns with sister Trahey. A beautiful wild stallion is seen running loose around the ranch, which upsets the mares. Keyes wants it

killed, but Beutel captures the horse and breaks him. The story ends with Beutel and Trahey together and the horse now domesticated. The story is out of a 1940s western serial, but the production values are strictly amateur. Shots are mismatched because of confusing editing, and the sound

recording is difficult to comprehend. The film is padded with numerous stock nature shots that have little to do with the plot. Raccoons are identified as opossums, and one character tells how he spotted a moose, an animal not native to Oklahoma. Independently made, perhaps the studio executives

at United Artists distributed this in a moment of supreme charity.

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