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A Two Fisted Tenderfoot 1924
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Released: 13 Feb 1924 Director: J.P. McGowan Writers: James Ormont Actors: Franklyn Farnum, Lorraine Eason Genres: Western
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Description: Originally slated for release by Eagle Lion, Skipalong Rosenbloom bought by United Artists -- who gave it a cursory theatrical release before selling the movie to television. As it turned out, TV was the appropriate medium for this heavy-handed satire of video westerns. Former boxing champ Maxie Rosenbloom plays a lampooned variation of Hopalong Cassidy, with all the standard western cliches in evidence. "Skipalong" Rosenbloom is depicted as the star of a heavily commercialized TV kiddie show, presided over by a smarmy announcer. The plot proper finds "Skipalong" at odds with western terrible guy Butcher Baer, played by Rosenbloom's onetime ring enemy Maximum Baer. Others in the cast are Jackie Coogan, Fuzzy Knight and Hillary Brooke, who seem to be having fun with the dreadful material foisted upon them.
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Description: Jim Bannon and his partner own a stagecoach line. With the coming of the telegraph and the end of the Pony Express, two boys plot to take over and receive the fresh email contract. When Jim's partner is murdered and Jim's name is written in the sand beside the body, Jim is arrested. At his trial Whip brings surprising evidence that clears Jim and the two plotters are later arrested.
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