Santa Fe Bound


When Crenshaw (Tom Tyler) kills a bushwhacker he takes his letter of introduction. This letter saves him from hanging when Stanton (Richard Cramer) thinks he is the outlaw he has hired. But Crenshaw is in more trouble when Denton (Charles King) arrives and exposes him as a fake.

Santa Fe Bound is a 1936 Western (genre) directed by Harry S. Webb and produced by Webb and Bernard B. Ray for Reliable Pictures.


  • Tom Tyler as Tom Crenshaw
  • Jeanne Martel as Molly Bates
  • Richard Cramer as Stanton
  • Slim Whitaker as One-Shot Morgan
  • Ed Cassidy (actor) as Henchman Logan
  • Lafe McKee as Sheriff
  • Dorothy Woods as Bridget, the housekeeper
  • Charles King (actor) as Steve Denton
  • Earl Dwire as Tibbets, mob leader


Out on the trail cowboy Tom Crenshaw is forced to shoot and kill a bushwacker. He takes the dead man's money belt and a letter he finds on him into the nearest town. It turns out that the bushwacker was a killer hired by a local bandit leader, and the gang thinks that Tom is the man they hired. Tom decides to play along so he can expose the gang and bring them to justice, but it turns out that he gets into quite a bit more trouble than he bargained for.

Category:1936 films
Category:American films
Category:1930s Western (genre) films
Category:Romantic Western (genre) films
Category:1930s action films
Category:1930s adventure films
Category:English-language films
Category:Black-and-white films
Category:American Western (genre) films

Bernard B. Ray

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