The Days of Jesse James (December 29, 1939)

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Roy Rogers and Gabby Hayes in The Days of Jesse James
 

Released on December 29, 1939: Bank officials rob their own bank and blame it on the James Gang. Roy Rogers sings and shoots his way to capturing the real robbers.

Directed by Joseph Kane

The Actors: Roy Rogers (Roy Rogers), George 'Gabby' Hayes (Gabby Whittaker), Don 'Red' Barry (Jesse James), Pauline Moore (Mary Whittaker), Harry Woods (Captain Worthington), Arthur Loft (Sam Wyatt), Wade Boteler (Dr. R.S. Samuels), Ethel Wales (Mrs. Martha Samuels), Scotty Beckett (Buster Samuels), Harry Worth (Frank James), Glenn Strange (Cole Younger), Olin Howland (Muncie undersheriff), Monte Blue (train passenger), Jack Rockwell (Thompson McDaniels), Fred Burns (Muncie Sheriff), Eddie Acuff (train conductor), Lynton Brent (bank teller), Bob Card (Worthington's deputy), Horace B. Carpenter (townsman), Forrest Dillon (Bob Younger), Harrison Greene (train passenger), Jack Ingram (Finn, Worthington's deputy), Cactus Mack (Worthington's new recruit deputy), Louis Mason (bank depositor), Merrill McCormick (townsman), Sam McDaniel (black janitor), George Morrell (townsman), Horace Murphy (post office clerk), Bud Osborne (Worthington's Deputy), Pascale Perry (Worthington's Deputy), Lee Prather (man outside bank), Herbert Rawlinson (bank association official), Dorothy Sebastian (Zeilda James), Carl Sepulveda (Jim Younger), Tom Smith (Sheriff's deputy), Hansel Warner (townsman), Cecil Weston (townsman), Dan White (irate townsman), Charles Williams (northern hotel clerk), Bob Woodward (Worthington's deputy), Bill Yrigoyen (Bill, a James gang member).

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