The Days of Jesse James (December 29, 1939)
Released on December 29, 1939: (running time 53 minutes) Roy Rogers infiltrates the Jesse James gang after a local bank is robbed.
Produced by Joseph Kane
Directed by Joseph Kane
Written by Earle Snell from a story by Jack Natteford
The Actors: Roy Rogers (Roy Rogers), George 'Gabby' Hayes (Ben '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 deputy sheriff), 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 Wyatt), 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 (Zerelda James, Jesse's wife), 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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The Singing Cowboy and the Gold Miner's Granddaughter
This is one very upside-down story. Good guy Roy Rogers will pull off a train robbery, bad guys Jesse James and his brother Frank are innocent of robbing a bank that they are accused of robbing, and the railroad detective sent to capture Jesse James is clueless. Good times.
As our adventure opens we are on a train heading from California to Missouri, the home territory of the Jesse James gang. A grizzled old gold miner and his granddaughter are going to buy a farm in Missouri with the money from the old man’s gold mine. He is carrying a fortune in folding money inside a leather satchel at his feet, and unfortunately, the train is about to be held up by the notorious Jesse James Gang.
As Jesse James and his brother Frank hold up the train, they move from passenger to passenger, taking everything of value that they can find. Finally, Jesse James comes to the old gold miner and his granddaughter, and Jesse James spots the leather satchel on the floor. While the old fellow and his granddaughter watch in horror, he kneels down and snaps open the satchel to see what is inside.
I’ve got to tell you, I might have been even more surprised than Jesse James when he opened the satchel and discovered what was inside. I never saw THAT coming! 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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