Film and Television

The Silent Treatment Film Series: The Wild Horse Stampede (1926)

Saturday, November 5, 2022, 2:00 p.m.

The Autry: Wells Fargo Theater

Admission: 
Free for Autry Members | Included with Museum Admission
RSVP/Reservations: 
Reservations Recommended | Space Is Limited
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About the Event

Accompanied by his “wonder-horse Scout and dog-pal Rex”, rodeo star Jack Hoxie plays a rancher who rounds up 10,000 wild horses so he can afford to propose to his sweetheart, Jessie Hayden (played by a young Fay Wray). But his rival for Jessie’s affections has plans of his own and they don’t include Jack achieving those goals…

Directed by Albert Rogell | Starring Jack Hoxie, Fay Wray, and William Steele 
Story by W. C. Tuttle | Written by Doris Malloy | Preserved by the Library of Congress
With live musical accompaniment by Cliff Retallick.

The Silent Treatment Film Series  
Watch silent movies the way they were meant to be seen—on the big screen with live musical accompaniment! Showcasing a wide variety of early cinema in the best available formats, “The Silent Treatment” is a long-running silent movie film series curated by film archivists Brandee Cox and Steven Hill.