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The Roaming Cowboy (January 4, 1937)

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The Roaming Cowboy
 

Released on January 4, 1937: (running time 61 minutes) Cowboys Cal and Fuzzy find a young boy who watched his father being killed, and when they help the boy find the killer they discover there are more ranchers targeted for death.

Produced by Jed Buell

Directed by Robert F. Hill

The Actors: Fred Scott (Cal Brent), Al St. John (Fuzzy), Lois January (Jeannie Morgan), Forrest Taylor (Evans), Roger Williams (henchman Walton), Buddy Cox (Buddy Barry), Art Miles (ranch hand Blackie), George Morrell (Dad Barry), George Chesebro (henchman who poisons the water), Carl Mathews (cowhand), Jimmy Aubrey (first sheriff and a henchman), Fox O'Callahan (ranch hand), Ed Cassidy (second Sheriff), Victor Cox (henchman), Richard Cramer (Dan Morgan), Jack Evans (deputy), Oscar Gahan (wagon driver), Clyde McClary (posse rider), Lew Meehan (henchman), Bud Pope (deputy), Rudy Sooter (musician cowhand), Slim Whitaker (ranch hand)

 

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The Roaming Cowboy and the Red Headed Rancher’s Daughter

McAllen Texas didn’t become an organized town until 1927, and Laura Lois January was born there in 1912, and she later described her home town as a ‘one horse town.’ She must have ridden that horse, because her riding ability, added to her beauty, got her a pretty good career as the lady in distress in several cowboy movies during the golden age of westerns. In this adventure, she is the daughter of a rancher, and will be kidnapped by outlaws on her way home to the homestead.

Fred Scott made a good living as a singing cowboy star in this same period, but he didn’t love horses nearly as much as Lois January. At the age of 40 he quit the movie cowboy business and began what would be a life-long career selling California real estate. One day when asked if he missed riding the range on his white stallion in cowboy movies, he replied that he had made a pact with horses. He said that he promised never to ride another horse if the horses promised never to sell real estate.

In this adventure, Fred Scott is roaming cowboy Cal Brent, with his quirky sidekick Fuzzy. As they are happily riding the trail, they come upon three outlaws in a shootout with a rancher and his young son Buddy. The rancher is killed, so our hero and his side-kick Fuzzy take the little boy to a nearby ranch, and promise the little boy that they will help him bring the varmints that killed his father to justice. The ranch that they take him to is the ranch of Dan Morgan and his daughter Jeannie, who is our leading lady, Lois January, the red-headed horse rider from Texas. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.

Al St. John
Al St. John
Al St. John and Ed Cassidy
Al St. John and Ed Cassidy
Al St. John and Fred Scott
Al St. John and Fred Scott
Al St. John and Fred Scott
Al St. John and Fred Scott
Al St. John
Al St. John
Art Miles
Art Miles
Buddy Cox
Buddy Cox
Forrest Taylor
Forrest Taylor
Fred Scott
Fred Scott
Fred Scott, Buddy Cox, Richard Cramer
Fred Scott, Buddy Cox, Richard Cramer
Fred Scott and Buddy Cox
Fred Scott and Buddy Cox
Fred Scott
Fred Scott
George Chesebro
George Chesebro
Lois January
Lois January
Lois January and Fred Scott
Lois January and Fred Scott
Lois January
Lois January
Roger Williams
Roger Williams
Lois January
Lois January
Richard Cramer and Fred Scott
Richard Cramer and Fred Scott