Border Caballero (March 1, 1936)
Released March 1, 1936: (running time 53 minutes) Tim and a saloon dancing girl help capture a band of outlaw bank robbers.
Produced by Sigmund Neufeld
Directed by Sam Newfield
Written by Norman S. Hall and Joseph O'Donnell
The Actors: Tim McCoy (Tim Ross), Lois January (Goldie Harris, dance hall girl), Ralph Byrd (Tex Weaver), J. Frank Glendon (Wiley Taggart, territorial bank examiner), Ted Adams (Buff Brayden, owner of the Lucky Spade Saloon), John Merton (Runnyian), Earle Hodgins (Doc Shaw), Jimmy Aubrey (town drunk), Dick Botiller (guard), Ralph Bucko (barfly), Roy Bucko (barfly), Horace B. Carpenter (spectator), Steve Clark (uniformed show performer), Tex Cooper (barfly), Ben Corbett (henchman), Rube Dalroy (spectator), Joe De La Cruz (Enrique Gonzales), Art Dillard (henchman), Jack Evans (henchman Jack), Art Felix (henchman), Oscar Gahan (townsman), Harrison Greene (promoter for Doc Shaw), Herman Hack (Crowley the town banker), Ray Henderson (barfly), Si Jenks (townsman), Cactus Mack (barfly), Ted Mapes (Deputy), William McCall (barfly), Frank McCarroll (henchman), Clyde McClary (Deputy), Bud McClure (henchman), Robert McKenzie (Douglas County Sheriff), Milburn Morante (spectator), George Morrell (spectator), Buck Moulton (henchman), Artie Ortego (henchman), Bill Patton (spectator), Tex Phelps (barfly), Bud Pope (townsman), Bob Reeves (spectator), Jack Rockwell (Cherokee County Sheriff), Henry Roquemore (Murdock, banker), Al Taylor (henchman), Arthur Thalasso (bartender), Slim Whitaker (henchman Slim), Bill Wolfe (spectator), Henry Hall (Mr. Crowley, Bordertown bank president)
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The G-Man Cowboy and the Dance Hall Girl
Laura Lois January was born a few feet north of the Mexican border in McAllen, Texas in 1912. Her mother wanted her and her brother to become actors, and Lois was taking dancing lessons from the age of two. The family moved to Los Angeles and a teenage Lois started acting in the Pasadena Playhouse, where she was noticed by a Universal Pictures executive.
Lois January appeared mostly in cowboy westerns, but she got fan letters for decades from her short appearance in The Wizard of Oz, where she manicured Dorothy’s hand in the land of Oz. She was friends with Judy Garland, and when it was lunch time on the set, they would walk past the MGM commissary, crossing the street to the little restaurant in the Culver City Hotel. Lois never dated or got involved romantically with any actors, and during her acting career always lived at home with her parents. She said that during her time in movies, she never drank, smoked, or fooled around.
When asked what her two favorite movie roles were, she would name this movie, her second cowboy motion picture, because she loved the dance hall girl part, and the 1937 adventure, Moonlight on the Range, because she got to sing. In this adventure she is Goldie Harris, a dance hall girl in the Lucky Spade Saloon. The owner of the saloon is one of the bad guys, and her boyfriend is a henchman working for the bad guy that turns out to be an undercover Federal Agent. The outlaws are robbing banks, with some inside help, and dance hall girl Goldie will help the roaming cowboy Tim McCoy capture the gang. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.
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