Wells Fargo Overview:

Wells Fargo (1937) was a Historical - Western Film directed by Frank Lloyd and produced by Frank Lloyd, William LeBaron and Howard Estabrook.

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Paramount claimed the set to recreate San Francisco's Portsmouth Square was the largest ever built. Seven acres of a hilltop were leveled and graded, and 32 buildings were erected.
Film debut of Peggy Stewart.
Assistant propman Jack Leys accidentally shot himself when he reached into the prop chest for a gun.
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