The Law of Contact

Rolling Home (November 1, 1946)

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Buzz Henry and Jo Ann Marlowe
 

Released on November 1, 1946: (running time 65 minutes) A young boy and girl, with a horse named 'Briar,' turn their sleepy town upside down.

Produced by William Berke

Directed by William Berke

The Actors: Jean Parker (Frances Crawford), Russell Hayden (Reverend David Owens), Raymond Hatton (Pop Miller), Pamela Blake (Pamela Crawford), Jo Ann Marlowe (Sandy Crawford), Jimmy Conlin (Grandpa Crawford), Robert 'Buzz' Henry (Gary Miller), Jonathan Hale (Henry Kane), George Tyne (Joe), Milton Parsons (Charlie Kane), Harry Carey Jr. (Dobey), William Farnum (rodeo official), Elmo Lincoln (racing official), Andre Charlot (Dr. Clark), Jimmie Dodd (cowboy guitarist), Victor Adamson (rodeo hand), Al Haskell (rodeo hand)

 

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The Vagabond Cowboy, the Rich Witch, and the Little Boy and Girl

Edward and Theora Mares had a good life in Omaha, Nebraska, and in 1939 they took their four-year-old daughter Jo Ann on vacation with them to sunny Los Angeles. While they were having dinner in a nice Los Angeles restaurant, someone at a nearby table was watching them intently.

Before the family had finished their dinner, the man watching them came over and introduced himself as a Hollywood movie director. This led to that, and the family moved to Los Angeles because little Jo Ann had a contract to be in the movies.

Using the stage name of Jo Ann Marlowe, over the rest of her childhood she would appear in movies with James Cagney, Joan Crawford, Paul Henreid, Hedy Lamarr, and many others. As an adult she left her movie career to attended Loyola University and would became a trial lawyer for the U.S. Attorney’s office in Los Angeles.

In this adventure she is the young daughter of the town’s wealthiest woman. When a vagabond cowboy and his young grandson Gary wander into town, the little girl becomes best friends with the little boy and the cowboy’s horse Briar. Together the little girl, the young boy, and the horse named Briar will turn this sleepy village upside down. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.

Jo Ann Marlowe and Robert 'Buzz' Henry
Jo Ann Marlowe and Robert 'Buzz' Henry
George Tyne and Russell Hayden
George Tyne and Russell Hayden
Harry Carey Jr.
Harry Carey Jr.
Jean Parker
Jean Parker
Jean Parker and George Tyne
Jean Parker and George Tyne
Jean Parker and Raymond Hatton
Jean Parker and Raymond Hatton
Jean Parker
Jean Parker
Jimmy Conlin
Jimmy Conlin
Jimmy Conlin, Russell Hayden, Buzz Henry
Jimmy Conlin, Russell Hayden, Buzz Henry
Jimmy Conlin and Russell Hayden
Jimmy Conlin and Russell Hayden
Jimmy Conlin
Jimmy Conlin
Jimmy Dodd
Jimmy Dodd
Jo Ann Marlowe
Jo Ann Marlowe
Jo Ann Marlowe, Jean Parker, George Tyne
Jo Ann Marlowe, Jean Parker, George Tyne
Jo Ann Marloew and Jean Parker
Jo Ann Marloew and Jean Parker
Jo Ann Marlowe and Jimmy Conlin
Jo Ann Marlowe and Jimmy Conlin
William Farnum
William Farnum
Jo Ann Marlowe and Jimmy Conlin
Jo Ann Marlowe and Jimmy Conlin
Jo Ann Marlowe
Jo Ann Marlowe
Jonathan Hale
Jonathan Hale
Milton Parsons
Milton Parsons
Pamela Blake
Pamela Blake
Pamela Blake, Russell Hayden, Buzz Henry
Pamela Blake, Russell Hayden, Buzz Henry
Pamela Blake and Russell Hayden
Pamela Blake and Russell Hayden
Pamela Blake and Russell Hayden
Pamela Blake and Russell Hayden
Raymond Hatton
Raymond Hatton
Robert 'Buzz' Henry
Robert 'Buzz' Henry
Buzz Henry and George Tyne
Buzz Henry and George Tyne
Robert 'Buzz' Henry and Jo Ann Marlowe
Robert 'Buzz' Henry and Jo Ann Marlowe
Buzz Henry and Raymond Hatton
Buzz Henry and Raymond Hatton
Buzz Henry and Jo Ann Marlowe
Buzz Henry and Jo Ann Marlowe
Robert 'Buzz' Henry
Robert 'Buzz' Henry
Russell Hayden
Russell Hayden
Russell Hayden and Buzz Henry
Russell Hayden and Buzz Henry
Russell Hayden
Russell Hayden