Rainbow's End (July 17, 1935)
Released on July 17, 1935: (running time 59 minutes) A prodigal son that cannot get along with his father helps a ranch lady get the goods on dad's corrupt partner.
Directed by Norval Spencer
Written by Rollo Ward
The Actors: Hoot Gibson (Neil Gibson Jr.), June Gale (Ann Ware), Oscar Apfel (Neil Gibson Sr.), Ada Ince (Gwen Gibson), John Elliott (Adam Ware), Henry Roquemore (Joe Williams), Jerry Mandy (ranch cook), Charles Hill (Bert Kimble), Warner Richmond (Thomas Stark), Buddy Roosevelt (Butch, henchman), Stanley Blystone (Dorgan, ranch foreman), Fred Gilman (George Wright, bookkeeper), John Ince (rodeo judge), Jim Corey (ranch hand), Bill Hickey (Langdon, henchman), Fred Humes (fired ranch hand), George Sowards (George, ranch hand), Lem Sowards (Lem, ranch hand)
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The Rancher's Daughter and Sir Walter Raleigh
In this cowboy adventure Hoot Gibson is Neil Gibson Jr., the wealthy son of a wealthy man who is partners in a large cattle ranching operation. Both father and son are stubborn, hard-headed men who cannot get along one little bit. The younger Gibson has a sister who is in love with a hard-drinking man, and when she asks her brother to find Bert for her, he finds the fellow in a town bar, loaded to the gills.
Of course, Hoot Gibson and his buddy Bert need to fight their way out of the bar, but the dozen or so men that they fight will eventually knock them both out cold, and then dump them into a railroad coal car to sleep it off.
Unfortunately, the train pulls out of town, and our two cowboys don’t wake up until they are far away, in another little cow town. Both Gibson and Bert are wise-cracking, always looking for a fist fight kind of guys, and the cowboys sitting at the train station are ready to oblige them.
Fortunately, the beautiful young daughter of a rancher who is about to lose the ranch befriends the two fighting cowboys, and their next adventure into finding and fighting a band of rustling outlaws is about to begin. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.
Buddy Roosevelt, Charles Hill, Stanley Blystone
Buddy Roosevelt and Charles Hill
Charles Hill and Ada Ince
Hoot Gibson, Ada Ince, Oscar Apfel
Hoot Gibson, Charles Hill
Hoot Gibson, George Soward
Hoot Gibson, John Elliott
Hoot Gibson, John Ince, Oscar Apfel
Hoot Gibson, Oscar Apfel
John Elliott, June Gale
John Ince, Oscar Apfel
June Gale, Hoot Gibson
June Gale, Hoot Gibson
Oscar Apfel, Ada Ince
Oscar Apfel, Henry Roquemore
Stanley Blystone, Warner Richmond
Warner Richmond, Fred Gilman
Warner Richmond, Hoot Gibson
Warner Richmond, Stanley Blystone