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The Law of 45's (December 1, 1935)

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Big Boy Williams in The Law of 45's
 

Released on December 1, 1935: (running time 54 minutes) A crooked lawyer kidnaps a wealthy man and uses his money to swindle the ranchers out of their land, but Big Boy Williams saves the day with his big 45's.

Produced by Arthur Alexander

Directed by John P. McCarthy

The Actors: Guinn 'Big Boy' Williams (Tucson 'Two-Gun' Smith), Molly O'Day (Joan Hayden), Al St. John (Stoney Martin), Ted Adams (Gordon Rontell), Lafe McKee (Charlie Hayden, Joan's dad), Fred Burns (Sheriff Tom), Curley Baldwin (Deputy Bill), Martin Garralaga (Joe Sanchez), Broderick O'Farrell (Sir Henry Sheffield), James Sheridan (henchman Toral), Glenn Strange (Monte, Hayden wrangler), Chuck Baldra (guitar player), Ralph Bucko (Rontell henchman in Cantina), Budd Buster (railroad station agent), Ace Cain (Saunders, Rontell henchman), Jack Evans (Rontell henchman in Cantina), Art Felix (henchman), Herman Hack (Rontell henchman), Jack Jones (singing wrangler), Jack Kirk (singing wrangler), William McCall (doctor attending Stoney), Merrill McCormick (Rontell henchman in Cantina), Buck Morgan (Rontell henchman), George Morrell (townsman), Tex Palmer (Rontell henchman), Bill Patton (irate rancher in saloon), The Singing Wranglers (musicians), Francis Walker (Hayden wrangler)

 
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The Fastest Lead-Slingers in the Pecos Valley

Guinn Williams Jr. , born in 1899 in Deatur, Texas, grew big and strong wrangling cattle on his father’s Texas ranch. At the age of 19, after serving in World War One, instead of attending West Point as his father wanted, he began playing professional baseball.

Will Rogers, famous Oklahoma humorist, movie star, Vaudeville performer and newspaper columnist, had an intense passion for baseball. While traveling on the Vaudeville theater circuit, he would often organize the other Vaudeville performers into a couple of baseball teams and play ball at the town ball park when they were not on stage. I would guess that during one of these improv ball games in 1918 or early 1919 he met a young professional ballplayer named Guinn Williams, Jr.

In 1919 Will Rogers made a silent movie and invited the big ball player from Texas to play a part in that movie. Will Rogers took a liking to him, and started calling him “Big Boy” Williams. Soon Guinn “Big Boy” Williams was a regular at the movie studios, and with his Texas ranch upbringing, many of his feature films were cowboy adventures like this one.

In this action-packed adventure, he is Tucson Two-Gun Smith, blasting more bad guys into Kingdom Come than most of the cowboy movies of the day. There are a couple of fireside songs by some wranglers, but absolutely no comedy relief. His side-kick is Al St. John, who would later grow a beard and become known as Fuzzy, copying the original Al ‘Fuzzy’ Knight, but in this story, he is an almost-clean shaven, serious, gun-slinging side-kick out to bring gun-justice to the Pecos Valley. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show, . . . and yes, Guinn ‘Big Boy’ Williams’ facial expressions do bear a strong resemblence to former President George W. Bush.

Al St. John
Al St. John
Al St. John
Al St. John
Broderick O'Farrell
Broderick O'Farrell
Broderick O'Farrell
Broderick O'Farrell
Budd Buster
Budd Buster
Fred Burns and Lafe McKee
Fred Burns and Lafe McKee
Fred Burns, William McCall and Curly Baldwin
Fred Burns, William McCall and Curly Baldwin
Guinn 'Big Boy' Williams
Guinn 'Big Boy' Williams
Guinn 'Big Boy' Williams
Guinn 'Big Boy' Williams
Guinn 'Big Boy' Williams
Guinn 'Big Boy' Williams
Guinn Williams and Al St. John
Guinn Williams and Al St. John
Guinn Williams and Bud Buster
Guinn Williams and Bud Buster
Guinn Williams and Ted Adams
Guinn Williams and Ted Adams
Guinn Williams and Ted Adams
Guinn Williams and Ted Adams
James Sheridan
James Sheridan
James Sheridan and Ted Adams
James Sheridan and Ted Adams
James Sheridan and Ted Adams
James Sheridan and Ted Adams
Lafe McKee, Molly O'Day and Ted Adams
Lafe McKee, Molly O'Day and Ted Adams
Martin Garralaga
Martin Garralaga
Martin Garralaga and Guinn Williams
Martin Garralaga and Guinn Williams
Martin Garralaga and Ted Adams
Martin Garralaga and Ted Adams
Martin Garralaga
Martin Garralaga
Martin Garralaga
Martin Garralaga
Molly O'Day
Molly O'Day
Molly O'Day
Molly O'Day
Ted Adams
Ted Adams
Ted Adams
Ted Adams
William McCall and Al St. John
William McCall and Al St. John