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Billy The Kid's Round-Up (December 12, 1941)

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Billy The Kid's Round-Up
 

Released on Decemver 12, 1941: Fuzzy runs for Sheriff with the help of newspaper girl Betty Webster to rid the town the outlaw saloon owner and his henchman Sheriff Ed Slade.

Produced by Sigmund Neufeld

Directed by Sam Newfield

The Actors: Buster Crabbe (Billy the Kid), Al St. John (Fuzzy Jones), Carleton Young (Jeff), Joan Barclay (Betty Webster), Glenn Strange (Vic Landreau), Charles King (Deputy Ed Slade), Slim Whitaker (Sheriff Jim Hanley), John Elliott (newspaper editor Dan Webster), Victor Adamson (townsman), Barney Beasley (townsman), Roy Bucko (townsman), Horace B. Carpenter (townsman), Tex Cooper (townsman), Richard Cramer (bartender Harry), Art Dillard (henchman), Curley Dresden (henchman Curley), Kenne Duncan (henchman Joe), Jack Evans (barfly), Morgan Flowers (barfly), Oscar Gahan (townsman), Augie Gomez (henchman), Herman Hack (townsman), Chick Hannan (townsman), Jack Hendricks (henchman), Jim Mason (barfly), Dennis Moore (henchman Butch Holcomb), Lew Morphy (townsman), George Morrell (townsman), Tex Palmer (barfly), Pascale Perry (townsman), Tex Phelps (townsman), Tom Smith (voter), Wally West (henchman)

 
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Fuzzy the Second for Sheriff

If you are a fan of old cowboy movies you are familiar with Fuzzy . . . if you are real sharp, you know that there were two men with the nick-name 'Fuzzy' - in 1933 Vaudeville actor John Knight was spotted by femme fatal Mae West and hired for her movie, 'She Done Him Wrong' . . . and as she ran her hands through his thick beard she nick-named him 'Fuzzy' Knight, and the name stuck for the rest of his acting career. A couple of years later in 1936 a cowboy story was written that would include singing cowboy Fred Scott and Fuzzy Knight, but Fuzzy Knight for some reason didn't take this job . . . but the script was written with a bearded 'Fuzzy' character in it . . . so instead of re-writing the script with a different character, they hired bearded actor Al St. John for the part and called him 'Fuzzy' . . . and the nick-name Fuzzy stuck with Al St. John for the rest of his acting career also. Singing cowboy Fred Scott never got as famous as the other cowboys of that era and became a real estate agent, one time saying that he had agreed to stay off of horses and horses had agreed not to sell real estate. In this story Fuzzy St. John is teamed with Buster Crabbe, who plays Billy the Kid, and they are heading to a small town nearby to help the Sheriff rid the town of a corrupt saloon owner. By the time Billy the Kid and Fuzzy get to town the Sheriff has been killed and my favorite cowboy bad-guy, Charles King, playing the part of half-hearted outlaw Ed Slade, has taken over as Sheriff. Billy the Kid, his side-kick Jeff, and Fuzzy hook up with newspaper girl Betty Webster, and they decide to run Fuzzy for Sheriff in the next election against Ed Slade. Betty and Fuzzy print a newspaper exposing the corruption in town to help Fuzzy win the election, but Betty, played by Joan Barclay, is kidnapped by the outlaws until after the election. It will be up to Billy the Kid, Jeff and Fuzzy to find Betty before the election and bring the outlaws to justice. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter on it and enjoy the show.

Al 'Fuzzy' St. John and Buster Crabbe
Al 'Fuzzy' St. John and Buster Crabbe
Al St. John, Buster Crabbe and Carleton Young
Al St. John, Buster Crabbe and Carleton Young
Al St. John and Buster Crabbe
Al St. John and Buster Crabbe
Al St. John and Joan Barclay
Al St. John and Joan Barclay
Buster Crabbe
Buster Crabbe
Buster Crabbe and Charles King
Buster Crabbe and Charles King
Carleton Young and Buster Crabbe
Carleton Young and Buster Crabbe
Carleton Young and Dennis Moore
Carleton Young and Dennis Moore
Charles King
Charles King
Charles King and Glenn Strange
Charles King and Glenn Strange
Charles King gets the third degree by candlelight
Charles King gets the third degree by candlelight
Dennis Moore
Dennis Moore
Glenn Strange
Glenn Strange
Glenn Strange and Buster Crabbe
Glenn Strange and Buster Crabbe
Glenn Strange, Dennis Moore and Buster Crabbe
Glenn Strange, Dennis Moore and Buster Crabbe
Glenn Strange
Glenn Strange
Joan Barclay
Joan Barclay
Slim Whitaker
Slim Whitaker