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Arkansas Judge (January 28, 1941)

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Arkansas Judge
 

Released on January 28, 1941: Peaceful Valley's 40th anniversary celebration is ruined when widow Smithers discovers that her life savings have been stolen by someone in the small rural town.

Produced by Armand Schaefer

Directed by Frank McDonald

The Actors: Leon Weaver (Judge Abner Weaver), Frank Weaver (Cicero Weaver), June Weaver (Elviry Weaver), Roy Rogers (Tom Martel), Spring Byington (Mary Shoemaker), Pauline Moore (Margaret Weaver), Frank M. Thomas (August Huston), Veda Ann Borg (Hettie Huston), Eily Malyon (widow Smithers), Loretta Weaver (Violey Weaver), Minerva Urecal (Miranda Wolfson), Beatrice Maude (Mrs. Neill), Harrison Greene (Mr. Neill), Barry Macollum (Mr. Melvany), George Rosener (Mr. Beaudry), Monte Blue (Mr. Johnson), Frank Darien (Henry Marsden), Russell Hicks (John Root), Edwin Stanley (Judge Carruthers), Ed Cassidy (townsman), Bill Wolfe (townsman)

 
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Breaking the 9th Commandment and Hillbilly Justice

Let’s get this straight first off . . . The only true Americans are the native Indians who lived here centuries before Christopher Columbus arrived. Good folk that are commonly referred to as Hillbillies are proud immigrants from Europe who settled in the rural mountains instead of the big coastal cities. They often toiled with less education and connection to the rapidly evolving world than city folk. Having less connection to the quickly evolving world does not mean that they are dumb or stupid . . . . Quite the contrary. Before I started watching this story I expected it to be a stereotyped comedy about less-educated folk stumbling through their rural life in a happy slapstick humor sort of way . . . . Boy, was I wrong . . . . This is a sophisticated and complicated crime story about the 9th commandment, and the way that people are . . . . People in big cities as well as small rural villages . . . Unfortunately the way people are even today . . . A crime drama that has implications and parallels in every city, town and village today, and probably tomorrow. The small Ozark town of Peaceful Valley is about to celebrate the 40th anniversary of their founding. The town get-together party is interrupted by old widow Smithers. It seems that when her husband died many years ago he left her 5 ten dollar bills, and she has saved those bills in her flour barrel for all the years that he has been dead. Today when she checked the flour barrel for her savings, she discovers that the money is gone. Who stole the widow Smithers’ savings? Two people are suspects, and without any real proof they are both convicted in public opinion without any facts or proof. If you are a fan of old movies you have seen many examples of justice gone wrong in the big city . . . This is a rare and excellent example of crime and justice in a small mountain village called Peaceful Valley . . . . And let me tell you . . . . There ain’t much peace ahead in this small community . . . Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.

Barry McCollum
Barry McCollum
Edwin Stanley
Edwin Stanley
Eily Malyon
Eily Malyon
Eily Malyon
Eily Malyon
Frank M. Thomas
Frank M. Thomas
Frank M. Thomas and Leon Weaver
Frank M. Thomas and Leon Weaver
Frank M. Thomas
Frank M. Thomas
Frank Weaver
Frank Weaver
Frank Weaver
Frank Weaver
George Rosener and Frank M. Thomas
George Rosener and Frank M. Thomas
George Rosener
George Rosener
Harrison Greene and June Weaver
Harrison Greene and June Weaver
June Weaver
June Weaver
June Weaver and Harrison Greene
June Weaver and Harrison Greene
June Weaver, Leon Weaver and Eily Malyon
June Weaver, Leon Weaver and Eily Malyon
June Weaver and Leon Weaver
June Weaver and Leon Weaver
June Weaver
June Weaver
Leon Weaver
Leon Weaver
Leon Weaver
Leon Weaver
Leon Weaver
Leon Weaver
Loretta Weaver and June Weaver
Loretta Weaver and June Weaver
Loretta Weaver and Pauline Moore
Loretta Weaver and Pauline Moore
Loretta Weaver
Loretta Weaver
Minerva Urecal and Spring Byington
Minerva Urecal and Spring Byington
Pauline Moore and Roy Rogers
Pauline Moore and Roy Rogers
Pauline Moore
Pauline Moore
Anne Gwynne
Pauline Moore
Roy Rogers and Pauline Moore
Roy Rogers and Pauline Moore
Roy Rogers
Roy Rogers
Russell Hicks, Edwin Stanley and Eily Malyon
Russell Hicks, Edwin Stanley and Eily Malyon
Ruth Robinson
Ruth Robinson
Spring Byington and Beatrice Maude
Spring Byington and Beatrice Maude
Spring Byington and Beatrice Maude
Spring Byington and Beatrice Maude
Spring Byington
Spring Byington
Veda Ann Borg
Veda Ann Borg
Veda Ann Borg, Frank M. Thomas and Roy Rogers
Veda Ann Borg, Frank M. Thomas and Roy Rogers
Veda Ann Borg and Frank M. Thomas
Veda Ann Borg and Frank M. Thomas
Veda Ann Borg
Veda Ann Borg
Veda Ann Borg kisses Roy Rogers
Veda Ann Borg kisses Roy Rogers
Veda Ann Borg
Veda Ann Borg