Cowboy Holiday (December 15, 1935)
Released on December 15, 1935: (running time 54 minutes) Big Boy Buck Sawyer searches for the bandit 'Juarez Kid' so that his friend the sheriff won't lose his job.
Produced by Max Alexander and Arthur Alexander
Directed by Robert F. Hill
Written by Robert F. Hill
The Actors: Guinn 'Big Boy' Williams (Buck Sawyer), Janet Chandler (Ruth Hopkins), Julian Rivero (Pablo 'Juarez Kid' Escovar), Richard Alexander (Deputy Walt Gregor), John Elliott (Sheriff Hank Simpson), Julia Bejarano (Mona Escovar), Alma Chester (Ma Simpson), Frank Ellis (Barney, ranch hand), William Gould (the lawyer), Robert F. Hill (Mr. Hopkins, Ruth's father), Archie Ricks (Shorty, cowhand)
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The Cowboy, The Juarez Kid, and the Blonde Straight Shooter
There are only a few things that I stay away from as much as possible, and politics is one of them. But today I will talk a little politics, because it just fits. Now, I'm not going to wax eloquent on which political party I think does more good than harm. Nope, I’m going to talk about classic movie actor Guinn ‘Big Boy’ Williams and Texas politicians. Yup, Texas politicians. Now before you git yer blood a boilin’ . . . . just hear me out.
Guinn Williams was born on April 26, 1899 in Decatur, Texas. His pappy was a Texas rancher who served for ten years in the U.S. House of Representatives from the thirteenth district in Texas. Guinn Williams Sr. wanted his boy to go to West Point and become an Army officer like he was, and then maybe go into politics like his papa. But when tall and handsome Guinn Jr. was 20 years old he found himself doing cowboy stunt work in silent motion pictures, and quickly became addicted to acting, moving into talkies and acting in motion pictures until just before his death in 1962.
One of his first pictures starred Will Rogers, who always referred to him as the ‘Big Boy’ - and the name stuck with him for the rest of his life. So Texas rancher and actor Guinn ‘Big Boy’ Williams never dabbled in politics, but wait . . . if everyone has a look-alike somewhere in this world, Big Boy Williams has one famous politician look-alike, and he is a Texan also . . . . I leave it to you . . .
Enough about politics now, it's time for some shootin' and fist-fighting that isn’t politically motivated. In this movie, Big Boy Williams is cowboy Buck Sawyer, and he is accused of killing pretty Ruth Hoplins’ father. Not only that, but there is a nasty Deputy Sheriff who is impersonating a Mexican outlaw and doing all kinds of killing and robbery before he changes outfits. After doing his dastardly deeds, the Deputy Sheriff goes out with his posse, . . . looking for himself. Yup, kinda crazy, eh? Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.
Big Boy Williams
Big Boy Williams
Guinn 'Big Boy' Williams
Guinn Williams and Alma Chester
Guinn WIlliams and Janet Chandler
Janet Chandler and Julian Rivero
Julian Rivero, Guinn Williams, Janet Chandler, John Elliott
Richard Alexander and Julia Bejarano
Julian Rivero and Guinn Williams
Julian Rivero and Julia Bejarano