Timber Stampede

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Timber Stampede
Directed by David Howard
Kenneth Holmes (assistant)
Written by Paul Franklin
Bernard McConville
Screenplay by Morton Grant
Produced by Bert Gilroy
Starring George O'Brien
Chill Wills
Marjorie Reynolds
Cinematography Harry Wild
Edited by Frederic Knudtson
Music by Roy Webb
Distributed byRKO Pictures
Release date
  • June 30, 1939 (1939-06-30)(US) [1]
Running time
59 minutes
CountryUnited States

Timber Stampede is a 1939 American Western film directed by David Howard from a screenplay by Morton Grant, based on a story by Bernard McConville and Paul Franklin. The film stars George O'Brien, Chill Wills, and Marjorie Reynolds. RKO Radio Pictures produced and distributed the film, which was released on June 30, 1939.




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  1. "Timber Stampede: Detail View". American Film Institute. Archived from the original on April 22, 2014. Retrieved September 14, 2014.