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Alias John Law (March 18, 1935)

Alias John Law
 

Released on March 18, 1935: (running time 50 minutes) John and his deaf buddy Bootch help the marshall capture the Kootney Kid and his gang.

Produced by A.W. Hackel

Directed by Robert N. Bradbury

The Actors: Bob Steele ('John' Clark), Roberta Gale (JoAnne Vallon), Buck Connors (Bootch Collum), Earl Dwire (The Kootney Kid), Robert McKenzie (the judge), Steve Clark (henchman Simi), Jack Rockwell (Marshal Lamar Blyth), Roger Williams (Sheriff), John Cromwell (Attorney Wagner), Barney Beasley (henchman Rico), Ed Cassidy (Sheriff's deputy), Clyde McClary (courtroom spectator), Perry Murdock (Kootney Kid henchman), Horace Murphy (courtroom spectator), James Sheridan (courtroom spectator), Forrest Taylor (oil company attorney), Wally West (Sheriff's deputy)

 

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The Cowboy with Two Names and His Deaf Side-Kick

George Washington “Buck” Connors served in the Spanish-American War in 1898. After that war ended, an Army War College was created by Teddy Roosevelt and the Secretary of War, Elihu Root. Buck Connors was tasked with sleeping in the room that contained classified documents to protect them. After his service in the Army and Navy, he became a Texas Ranger and fought in the Mexican Revolution of 1910.

During the 1907-1910 period Buck was secretary to Colonel Bill Cody and was an Indian Agent for his Wild West Shows at the Rosebud Reservation in Rosebud South Dakota. In 1913 he became a cowboy actor, director and story writer, beginning in silent motion pictures, and appearing in about a hundred movies before retiring to Quartzsite, Arizona in 1941.

In this adventure, Buck Connors is fifty-five years old, and playing the part of a deaf side-kick for cowboy hero Bob Steele. Bob Steele is cowboy John Clark, and he is heading home to reunite with his long-lost mother, who remarried after his father died and moved away. Before the two cowboys even get near the small town they are headed to, three outlaws start shooting with the intent to kill them both. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.

Barney Beasley
Barney Beasley
Barney Beasley, Steve Clark, Earl Dwire
Barney Beasley, Steve Clark, Earl Dwire
Barney Beasley, Steve Clark
Barney Beasley, Steve Clark
Barney Beasley
Barney Beasley
Bob Steele, Earl Dwire
Bob Steele, Earl Dwire
Bob Steele, Roberta Gale
Bob Steele, Roberta Gale
Buck Connors
Buck Connors
Buck Connors, Bob Steele
Buck Connors, Bob Steele
Buck Connnors, Roberta Gale, Bob Steele
Buck Connnors, Roberta Gale, Bob Steele
Buck Connors
Buck Connors
Earl Dwire
Earl Dwire
Earl Dwire
Earl Dwire
Earl Dwire
Earl Dwire
Jack Rockwell
Jack Rockwell
John Cowell, Earl Dwire, Forrest Taylor
John Cowell, Earl Dwire, Forrest Taylor
Robert McKenzie
Robert McKenzie
Robert McKenzie
Robert McKenzie
Robert McKenzie
Robert McKenzie
Roberta Gale
Roberta Gale
Roberta Gale, Bob Steele
Roberta Gale, Bob Steele
Roger Williams, Bob Steele
Roger Williams, Bob Steele
Roger Williams, Bob Steele
Roger Williams, Bob Steele
Steve Clark, Earl Dwire
Steve Clark, Earl Dwire
Steve Clark, Buck Connors
Steve Clark, Buck Connors