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Six-Gun Rhythm (February 17, 1939)

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Joan Barclay and Tex Fletcher
 

Released on February 17, 1939: (running time 56 minutes) A professional football player from Yonkers goes home to his Texas border town and discovers that outlaws have killed his father and are rustling all of the local ranchers' cattle.

Produced by Sam Newfield

Directed by Sam Newfield

The Actors: Tex Fletcher (Tex Fletcher), Joan Barclay (Jean Harper), Ralph Peters (Spud Donovan), Reed Howes (Jim Davis), Malcolm 'Bud' McTaggart (Don Harper), Ted Adams (Sheriff Joe), Walter Shumway (henchman Bart), Kit Guard (henchman Pat), Carl Mathews (henchman Jake), Art Davis (henchman Mike), Robert Frazer (Lem Baker), Jack McHugh (teammate Butch), James Sheridan (henchman Slim), Chris Allen (cantina patron), Frank Ellis (henchman), Arturo Feliz (henchman), Slim Hacker (Pete), Adrian Hughes (football player), Jack King (rancher), George Morrell (rancher), Jack O'Shea (football player), Cliff Parkinson (henchman), Joe Pazen (football player), Tex Phelps (barfly smoking pipe), Jack C. Smith (bartender Gus), Charles Sullivan (football player), Wade Walker (football player)

 

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Yonkers Football in the Texas Bad Lands

In 1926 RCA, maker of radios, and AT&T, the national telegraph company, and Pittsburgh based Westinghouse Electric Corporation, teamed up to create the first radio network, and named it the National Broadcasting Corporation. Their first network radio broadcast test was on November 15, 1926 from the ballroom of the magnificent Waldorf-Astoria Hotel in New York City.

Thirteen years later, on April 20, 1939, at the New York World’s Fair, David Sarnoff, the head of RCA, hosted the first television over-the-air broadcast for the NBC network, which was viewed by World’s Fair visitors in the RCA exhibit, and by a few fortunate New York City employees and friends who had television sets in their homes. The transmitting tower was perched atop the Empire State Building, and its signal could reach anyone in a 40-mile radius who owned a television set. The next day RCA began aggressively marketing and selling television sets in New York City, and regular over-the-air television broadcasting was started.

President Franklin Delano Roosevelt, who was visiting the World’s Fair, became one of the first people, and the first President of the United States, to be in front of a television broadcast camera. But before the President was seen on television, and before David Sarnoff made the ceremonial first broadcast, an Italian-American, left-handed guitar player and cowboy singer named Geremino Bisceglia, from Harrison New York, near Yonkers, sang a song in front of the camera while technicians fiddled with the machinery and made sure that the newfangled invention actually worked. He had just finished filming his first, last, and only full length motion picture using his cowboy name Tex Fletcher. He was probably promting his new motion picture at the fair when he was asked to perform for the television camera while it was being tested.

His cowboy western motion picture begins in Westchester County, New York, which includes his real home town of Harrison, where Tex Fletcher is the star of a professional football team. The final football game of the season has just ended, and Tex will head back to the small Texas border town where his father is Sheriff. Football Coach Spud Donovan, played by character actor Ralph Peters, decides that he wants to travel with Tex and become a cowboy just like Tex.

When they reach the town, Tex discovers that his father is missing, and the local ranchers are being attacked almost nightly and their cattle rustled. Tex and his New York sidekick will try to discover and defeat the outlaws oppressing the town, and find out what happened to Tex’s father. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.

Jack C. Smith and Ralph Peters
Jack C. Smith and Ralph Peters
Jack McHugh
Jack McHugh
Joan Barclay
Joan Barclay
Joan Barclay and Malcolm 'Bud' McTaggart
Joan Barclay and Malcolm 'Bud' McTaggart
Joan Barclay and Malcolm 'Bud' McTaggart
Joan Barclay and Malcolm 'Bud' McTaggart
Joan Barclay and Reed Howes
Joan Barclay and Reed Howes
Joan Barclay
Joan Barclay
Joan Barclay
Joan Barclay
Joan Barclay
Joan Barclay
Malcolm 'Bud' McTaggart
Malcolm 'Bud' McTaggart
Malcolm 'Bud' McTaggart and Reed Howes
Malcolm 'Bud' McTaggart and Reed Howes
Malcolm 'Bud' McTaggart
Malcolm 'Bud' McTaggart
Ralph Peters
Ralph Peters
Ralph Peters and Tex Fletcher
Ralph Peters and Tex Fletcher
Ralph Peters
Ralph Peters
Ralph Peters
Ralph Peters
Reed Howes
Reed Howes
Reed Howes and Ted Adams
Reed Howes and Ted Adams
Robert Frazer
Robert Frazer
Robert Frazer and Ralph Peters
Robert Frazer and Ralph Peters
Robert Frazer
Robert Frazer
Ted Adams
Ted Adams
Ted Adams and Jack C. Smith
Ted Adams and Jack C. Smith
Ted Adams and Reed Howes
Ted Adams and Reed Howes
Ted Adams
Ted Adams
Tex Fletcher
Tex Fletcher
Tex Fletcher and Ted Adams
Tex Fletcher and Ted Adams
Tex Flaetcher
Tex Fletcher
Tex Fletcher
Tex Fletcher
Tex Fletcher
Tex Fletcher