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The Calgary Stampede (1925)

Champion Roman racer Dan Malloy falls in love with French Canadian Marie LeFarge, but is accused of killing her father. He evades the law until he wins the Calgary Stampede. He is freed when the real killer is identified.


Herbert Blaché


Richard Schayer (story and scenario) (as E. Richard Schayer), Donald W. Lee (story and scenario) (as Don Lee)




Cast overview:
Hoot Gibson ... Dan Malloy
Virginia Brown Faire ... Marie La Farge
Pierre Faunce Pierre Faunce ... Jean La Farge
Clark Comstock Clark Comstock ... Al Morton
Ynez Seabury ... Nennah
Jim Corey ... Fred Burgess
Philo McCullough ... Sgt. Callahan R.C.M.P.
W.T. McCulley W.T. McCulley ... Sgt. Bill Harkness R.C.M.P.
Ena Gregory ... Trixie Regan
Charles Sellon ... Andrew Regan
Tex Young Tex Young ... Cook
Bob Gillis Bob Gillis ... Morton
Pat Patterson Pat Patterson ... Ed Corbett


Dan Malloy (Hoot Gibson) is a stampeder - a professional cowboy and skilled horseman who travels across Canada following the rodeo circuit. He competes in the popular Roman Races or Roman Standing Races where he stands on the backs of two horses like the ancient Romans, one foot on each horse, running full speed around the racetrack in a wild and exciting race against other Roman Race teams. As a Champion Roman Racer, Dan Malloy meets and falls in love with a French Canadian belle, Miss Marie LeFarge (Virginia Brown Faire). But her father (Clark Comstock) dislikes the flamboyant cowboy and stops the deepening romance. The father ends up mysteriously murdered, and Dan Malloy is accused of the crime. The real killer is a drifter and ex-con who has won the heart of LeFarge family's housemaid, a Canadian Indian maiden named Neenah, who keeps him hidden and unknown to the law. Innocent of the crime, Malloy successfully evades the Royal Canadian Mounted Police until he enters the Roman Race... Written by John A. Bascom

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As advertised in the Saturday Evening Post See more »


Romance | Sport | Western








Release Date:

1 November 1925 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Djævlerytteren Dan Malloy See more »

Filming Locations:

Calgary, Alberta, Canada

Company Credits

Production Co:

Universal Pictures See more »
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Technical Specs


Sound Mix:


Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Did You Know?


Hoot Gibson led the 1925 Calgary Jubilee and Stampede Parade, honoring the 50th anniversary of the founding of the original Fort Calgary as an outpost of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police. Footage of the parade was used in this film. See more »

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