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Aces Wild (December 20, 1936)

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Aces Wild
 

Released on December 20, 1936: A retired Marshall encounters an old enemy when he rides into Durango, and he promises his old enemy that at sundown they will shoot it out and only one of them will see the next morning.

Produced by William Berke

Directed by Harry L. Fraser

The Actors: Harry Carey (Cheyenne Harry Morgan), Gertrude Messinger (Martha Worth), Theodore Lorch (Kelton), Roger Williams (henchman Slim), Chuck Morrison (henchman Heck), Phil Dunham (Mr. Anson, newspaper publisher), Fred 'Snowflake' Toones (Snowflake), Ed Cassidy (blacksmith), Jack Evans (barfly), Jack Hendricks (posse rider), William McCall (Sheriff Ted), Bill Patton (townsman), Francis Walker (townsman)

 
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It's My Deal . . . With Aces Wild

"Don't put your hand on that gun . . . or you won't see the sundown tonight." Papa was a preacher and when I was a little boy I wasn't permitted to go to the movies because our movie ticket money would be supporting wicked Hollywood lifestyles, so I never enjoyed classic cowboy movies on the big screen. My childhood cowboy hero was Roy Rogers on his Saturday morning television show - very kid friendly, with cowboy singing and many happy trails . . . Good stuff for little kids, but I'm not a little kid anymore and I like my cowboys with a bit more grit . . . If I were a cowboy I would want to be Harry Carey. Never smiling when he faced the bad guys . . . never backing down . . . yet gracious and helpful to the ladies and the weak. In this adventure the man in black, Cheyenne Harry Morgan is riding into Durango, and he discovers that a man he had trouble with twice before is in town and runs the town with the help of two henchmen. This leads to that and Cheyenne Harry tells bad guy Kelton, played by Theodore Lorch, that at sundown they will shoot it out and only one of them will walk away. So bad guy Kelton and his two henchmen have until sundown to get Cheyenne Harry . . . or else. In this adventure there will be no cowboys sitting around a campfire singing a happy cowboy song . . . there will be no comedy relief from a half-wit side-kick . . . this will be man against man . . . the final card game . . . with Aces Wild. Along with the man-against-man battle between Harry Carey and Theodore Lorch you will see one of the best performances that you will find from classic movie character actor Fred 'Snowflake' Toones. Snowflake Toones appeared in well over 200 movies, but usually just for a few seconds as a train porter, or servant, or other character that only appeared for a few seconds and had few speaking lines. In this adventure he demonstrates some sharp-shooting as he shoots the hat off of one of the henchmen, and has a great dramatic scene near the end . . . this is the only movie I've discovered so far with such a good part for Snowflake Toones, and I really enjoyed his scenes. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter on it and enjoy the adventure.

Harry Carey
Harry Carey
Ed Cassidy
Ed Cassidy
Fred 'Snowflake' Toones
Fred 'Snowflake' Toones
Gertrude Messinger
Gertrude Messinger
Gertrude Messinger meets Harry Carey
Gertrude Messinger meets Harry Carey
Harry Carey
Harry Carey
Harry Carey and Gertrude Messinger
Harry Carey and Gertrude Messinger
Harry Carey as Cheyenne Harry Morgan
Harry Carey as Cheyenne Harry Morgan
Harry Carey faces Theodore Lorch
Harry Carey faces Theodore Lorch
Harry Carey and Fred 'Snowflake' Toones
Harry Carey and Fred 'Snowflake' Toones
Phil Dunham and Harry Carey
Phil Dunham and Harry Carey
Roger Williams and Chuck Morrison
Roger Williams and Chuck Morrison
Roger Williams, Chuck Morrison and Harry Carey
Roger Williams, Chuck Morrison and Harry Carey
Roger Williams and Chuck Morrison
Roger Williams and Chuck Morrison
Roger Williams and Theodore Lorch
Roger Williams and Theodore Lorch
Theodore Lorch
Theodore Lorch
Theodore Lorch and William McCall
Theodore Lorch and William McCall
Theodore Lorch and Harry Carey
Theodore Lorch and Harry Carey
Theodore Lorch threatens Harry Carey
Theodore Lorch threatens Harry Carey
William McCall and Theodore Lorch
William McCall and Theodore Lorch