Rawhide Mail (June 8, 1934)

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Rawhide Mail
 

Released on June 8, 1934: Three outlaws help a girl who owns a dance hall and saloon when she is cheated by her father's partner.

Produced by Bernard B. Ray

Directed by Bernard B. Ray

The Actors: Jack Perrin (Jack Reed), Nelson McDowell (judge), Chris-Pin Martin (Pedro Esteban), Lillian Gilmore (Nora Hastings), Richard Cramer (Hal Drummond), Lafe McKee (sheriff), George Chesebro (henchman Porky), Jimmy Aubrey (henchman Mike), Robert Walker (cattle buyer Brown), Lew Meehan (bartender Tim), Barney Beasley (barfly), Jack Evans (barfly), Carmen Laroux (Este's saloon friend), Tom London (barfly Al), Blackie Whiteford (barfly)

 

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It Takes A Thief

Every fan of old cowboy movies understands that there is a formula for a successful cowboy story. You must have a leading man who doesn’t drink whiskey, wears a white hat and loves little children and old women. There must be a young beautiful and innocent damsel in distress who is being taken advantage of by some bad guys. Usually the good guy has a side-kick who is just a bit quirky, who adds a touch of humor to the serious business of murder or cattle rustling. What if a movie studio turned everything upside down in that formula . . . . Of course no one would think of that until the 1960’s or later . . . . Well, actually in 1934, at the beginning of the sound era, a small independent movie studio made such a movie and this is it. As our story opens we meet three outlaws waiting for the stage coach to come by so they can rob it. Imagine their amazement when the stage approaches and it is being chased by other outlaws trying to rob it! Our three outlaws jump on their horses and chase after the outlaws chasing after the stage coach. They manage to run off the other outlaws and get the stage stopped so that they can rob the strong box. Just as they are about to grab the strong box from the stage they hear a woman’s voice from inside the stage . . . . . Ah . . . . Here is our damsel in distress who needs the help of our trio of cowboys . . . . Well, yes and no . . . . Our pretty lady didn’t inherit a ranch that bad guys are rustling, and she isn’t the daughter of a beleaguered rancher or preacher or shop owner . . . . She is heading to Rawhide to run the dance hall and bar . . . . . Yup, dancing girls and booze is her business. After meeting the pretty lady and learning that she will be running the dance hall at Rawhide they decide to postpone stealing the strong box and help the little lady get to Rawhide so they can visit her dance hall, even though they run the risk of being recognized by the sheriff from their wanted posters. Well, one thing remains in the formula . . . The dance hall lady is cheated out of her dance hall by the scoundrel who was her father’s partner . . . . And who better to deal with a scoundrel than our trio of outlaws! And since they are outlaws, it is not a problem for them to rob and steal from the scoundrel to help the little lady . . . . Very unlike the cowboy heroes that we are used to. . . . Very different and very fun. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter over it and enjoy the show.

Chris-Pin Martin
Chris-Pin Martin
Chris-Pin Martin and Jack Perrin
Chris-Pin Martin and Jack Perrin
Chris-Pin Martin
Chris-Pin Martin
Chris-Pin Martin sings to the girls
Chris-Pin Martin sings to the girls
Chris-Pin Martin
Chris-Pin Martin
Jack Perrin
Jack Perrin
Jack Perrin, Lafe McKee and Lillian Gilmore
Jack Perrin, Lafe McKee and Lillian Gilmore
Jack Perrin and Nelson McDowell
Jack Perrin and Nelson McDowell
Jack Perrin meets Lillian Gilmore
Jack Perrin meets Lillian Gilmore
Jack Perrin
Jack Perrin
Lafe McKee and Lillian Gilmore
Lafe McKee and Lillian Gilmore
Lafe McKee, Richard Cramer and Lew Meehan
Lafe McKee, Richard Cramer and Lew Meehan
Lillian Gilmore
Lillian Gilmore
Lillian Gilmore and Jack Perrin
Lillian Gilmore and Jack Perrin
Lillian Gilmore
Lillian Gilmore
Nelson McDowell
Nelson McDowell
Nelson McDowell, Jack Perrin and Lillian Gilmore
Nelson McDowell, Jack Perrin and Lillian Gilmore
Nelson McDowell and Jack Perrin
Nelson McDowell and Jack Perrin
Nelson McDowell and Lew Meehan
Nelson McDowell and Lew Meehan
Nelson McDowell
Nelson McDowell
Richard Cramer
Richard Cramer
Richard Cramer and Jack Perrin
Richard Cramer and Jack Perrin
Richard Cramer and Lafe McKee
Richard Cramer and Lafe McKee
Richard Cramer and Lillian Gilmore
Richard Cramer and Lillian Gilmore
Richard Cramer
Richard Cramer