Six-Gun Trail (November 25, 1938)
Released on November 25, 1938: (running time 55 minutes) Tim McCoy is Captain William 'Lightning Bill' Carson, who pretends to be a Chinese jewel buyer to catch cowboy jewel thieves.
Produced by Sam Katzman
Directed by Sam Newfield
Written by Isadore Bernstein
The Actors: Tim McCoy (Captain William 'Lightning Bill' Carson), Nora Lane (Midge), Ben Corbett (Magpie), Stephen Chase (Jim Wilson), Ted Adams (Spokesman), Donald Gallaher (henchman Tracy), Bob Terry (henchman Mac), Karl Hackett (Joe Willis), Frank Wayne (messenge), Hal Carey (saloon singer), Jimmy Aubrey (barfly), Barney Beasley (barfly), Rube Dalroy (barfly), Earl Dwire (henchman), Oscar Gahan (barfly), Herman Hack (deputy), Jack Hendricks (gang leader), Jack 'Tiny' Lipson (Gus, waiter), Clyde McClary (barfly), Buck Morgan (henchman), George Morrell (deputy and barfly), Artie Ortego (bafly), Lew Porter (piano player), James Sheridan (henchman), Wally West (barfly)
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Brigadier General Tim McCoy
In 1921 Tim McCoy became the youngest Brigadier General in the U.S. Army. After serving in World War One as a Colonel with the Army Air Corps, he was asked by the Governor of Wyoming to be the state’s Adjutant General, with the rank of Brigadier General.
Before the war, he studied at what is now Loyola University, but after watching a traveling Wild West show he left college and became a cowboy. He lived with friendly Arapaho Indians, learning their sign language, and was given the name ‘High Eagle’ by the tribe. In 1922 a movie studio asked Tim if he could convince some American Indians to act in a cowboy movie, and he brought hundreds of willing Indians to the movie set. In 1925, when he ended his Wyoming term as Adjutant General, he appeared in his first cowboy movie.
In 1936, after filming at least six movies a year, Tim McCoy quit Hollywood to join the circus. He created a Wild West show for the Ringling Brothers Circus, but after two less-than-successful years on the circus circuit he returned to making cowboy western movies.
In this 1938 adventure, he is a lawman who wears a suit, but in the rugged cowboy lands some bad hombres have stolen a shipment of precious jewels, and Tim McCoy puts on his cowboy clothes again and rides to the border town where the outlaws are hiding out. He isn’t in his cowboy clothing for long, though. He disguises himself as a Chinese merchant who wants to purchase precious jewels, and the outlaws are very willing to do business with the undercover cowboy cop. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.
|Ben Corbett||Ben Corbett and Bob Terry|
|Ben Corbett||Ben Corbett and Tim McCoy|
|Bob Terry||Donald Gallaher|
|Hal Carey||Hal Carey|
|Jack 'Tiny' Lipson||Karl Hackett|
Nora Lane and Jack 'Tiny' Lipson
Stephen Chase and Bob Terry
Stephen Chase and Nora Lane
Stephen Chase and Ted Adams
Ted Adams and Stephen Chase