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Cowboy Movies
List creator: JVNem
Created on: July 19, 2004 - 1:44 PM PDT
Description: Not "A" Westerns but "B" Cowboys, fun Popcorn time for the eternal kid

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Dawn Rider (1935)
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Not Rated
  A Cowboy film doesn't need to have John Wayne to be a cowboy film. A Cowboy of the Silver Screen usually was around one hour long and a series. John Wayne did a few of those before he learned to act
Hopalong Cassidy: 3 on the Trail/Hopalong Cassidy Returns (1936)
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Not Rated
  The Paramount Hopalong Cassidy's are almost "B" in name only and far truer to the Books than generally recognised
Hopalong Cassidy: Hopalong Cassidy/Bar 20 Rides Again (1935)
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Not Rated
  This is the first Hoppy -- the author had no qualms with but did note the costumes weren't accurate
Hopalong Cassidy: Hopalong Rides Again/Heart of Arizona (1937)
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Not Rated
  You can't lose with the Hoppy films of the 1930's they are mostly little gems
Hopalong Cassidy: The Early Years - Hills of Old Wyoming/North of the Rio Grande (1937)
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Not Rated
  Eeek! I'm told I gave some misinformation, the reason the Hoppy books I read were like Boyd was because the author needed the money and rewrote them to fit Boyd's version! An his short comment on the accuracy was just a laconic westerner's way.
Hopalong Cassidy: The Early Years - Trail Dust/Borderland (1937)
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Not Rated
  No matter, the FILMS are Top quality Cowboy movies.
In Old Caliente (1939)
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  This is the man now remembered as "King of the Cowboys" who was actually brought in as a ploy when Gene Autry got too demanding about his contracts
King of the Pecos (1936)
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Not Rated
  Wayne started for Lone Star/Mascot but that became Republic, Republic is THE collectable Cowboy Hero Studio. They knew how to make an action pic with a minimum of plot and maximum of entertainment
The Lucky Texan/The Desert Trail (1935)
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  these are more pre republic "Duke" Waynes
The Man From Utah (1934)
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Not Rated
The Old Corral (1936)
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  The man who invented the Cowboy Hero movie as we know it was probably Tom Mix but Autry is the man who re-invented the Cowboy Movie into a entertainment extravaganza not just for kids but the whole family, and when he's at top form he's still entertains
The Phantom of the Range (1936)
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Not Rated
  Frankly, Cowboy films can be inconsistent, some are smashing fun and some sloggers ... for awhile only the biggest names got saved to Video. This is the same actor who was Captian Marvel ... is it any good? I don't know, haven't see it yet.
Rovin' Tumbleweeds (1939)
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Not Rated
Sagebrush Trail (1933)
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Not Rated
Santa Fe Stampede (1938)
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Not Rated
  Finally the Duke not only learned to act but learned to be a STAR ... this one is a Republic of the Three Mesquiteer Series
Valley of Terror (1938)
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  Ken Maynard's brother ... any good? Don't know yet.
Westward Ho (1935)
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Not Rated
Winds of the Wasteland (1936)
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Don't Fence Me In (1945)
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  Roy's Films fall into three eras. ALL of them Good films. First standard Republic in the Autry mold unitl his popularity hit, then "Oklahoma" became a hit on broadway and they put in BIG production numbers, then finally they tried cranking up the action
The Gay Ranchero (1948)
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Not Rated
Gene Autry - Back In The Saddle (1941)
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Not Rated
Gene Autry Collection - Robin Hood of Texas (1947)
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Not Rated
Grand Canyon Trail (1948)
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Not Rated
Heart of the Rio Grande (1942)
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Not Rated
On the Old Spanish Trail/Young Bill Hickok (1947/1940)
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Not Rated
Out California Way (1946)
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Red Ryder vol.1: The San Antonio Kid/Cheyenne Wildcat (1944)
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Not Rated
  Red Ryder was a Programmer title for Republic Studios but they were at the top of their form and put some of their best people in them like "Wild Bill" Elliot and "Rocky" Lane
Red Ryder vol.2: Stagecoach to Denver/Vigilantes of Boomtown (1940)
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Not Rated
Red Ryder vol.3: The Fighting Redhead/The Cowboy and the Prizefighter (1950)
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Not Rated
Red Ryder vol. 4: Marshall of Cripple Creek/Oregon Trail Scouts (1947)
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Not Rated
Roy Rogers 5: Home in Oklahoma/ Song of Texas (1947)
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Not Rated
Springtime in the Sierras (1947)
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Not Rated
Susanna Pass (1949)
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The Whispering Skull (1944)
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  Not heard of this film but Tex Ritter is famous for his singing the theme to High Noon ... but that's not a Cowboy film that's a Western.
Paroled to Die (1937)
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  "Cowboy Bob" I remember Dennis the Meanace was a big fan of "Cowboy Bob" ... not seen this.

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