Outlaws of Boulder Pass (November 28, 1942)
Released on November 28, 1942: (running time 60 minutes) Outlaws control the pass and everything that goes through it, and the Lone Rider battles them with his trusty side-kick, Fuzzy.
Produced by Sigmund Neufeld
Directed by Sam Newfield
Written by Sam Robins
The Actors: George Houston (Tim Cameron, aka The Lone Rider), Al St. John (Fuzzy Jones), Dennis Moore (Smoky Hammer), Marjorie Manners (Tess Hammer, alias Tess Clayton), I. Stanford Jolley (Gil Harkness), Karl Hackett (Sid Clayton), Charles King (henchman Jake), Ted Adams (Sheriff), Kenne Duncan (henchman Mulie), Frank Ellis (henchman Ringo), Jimmy Aubrey (short deputy), Budd Buster (rancher), Steve Clark (henchman), Art Dillard (posse rider), Bert Dillard (henchman), Art Fowler (henchman), Jack Hendricks (Andrews rider), Milburn Morante (rancher Charlie Andrews), George Morrell (rancher Johnson), Charles Murray Jr. (henchman), Tex Palmer (stagecoach driver).
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Clark Gable acted in 81 movies. Humphrey Bogart also acted in 81 movies. Ingrid Bergman acted in 51 movies. Doris Day appeared in 40 movies. Claudette Colbert acted in 79 motion pictures. Bette Davis acted in 122 movies.
Where am I going with this? The bad guy in Outlaws of Boulder Pass is I. Stanford Jolley, who you probably have never heard of, but who acted in 364 motion pictures from 1935 until well into the 1970's. Our leading man's side-kick, Fuzzy Jones, is played by veteran silent screen actor Al St. John, with 338 movies with his lovable ugly mug in them. Watch for the short little deputy - that is Jimmy Aubrey, with a staggering 459 movies to his credit, spanning forty years from 1915 until 1955. The first rancher that we meet that is paying his 'toll' is George Morrell, with 410 movies to his credit from 1917 until 1952. Yes, this movie is jam-packed with old time movie veterans that you never heard of, and probably don't remember from any other movies, but trust me - if you have watched more than a half dozen old classic movies, you have seen these men before. This movie has so many of them that it is almost like an homage to the hard working profession of acting. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn and drizzle plenty of warm melted butter over it and enjoy a movie packed with all of the folks that make the movies that you enjoy so much.
|George Huston||Al 'Fuzzy' St. John|
|Al 'Fuzzy' St. John and George Huston||Charles King|
|Charles King spots the 'S'||Dennis Moore|
|George Morrell, Frank Ellis and Marjorie Manners||I. Stanford Jolley|
|Karl Hackett and I. Stanford Jolley||Marjorie Manners|
|Marjorie Manners and I. Stanford Jolley||Ted Adams|