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The San Antonio Kid (August 16, 1944)

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The San Antonio Kid
 

Released on August 16, 1944: Red Ryder and his buddies Happy Jack and Little Beaver foil the plans of the town saloon owner who knows that there is oil on the ranch land and is trying to drive the ranchers out of Maverick.

Produced by Stephen Auer

Directed by Howard Bretherton

The Actors: Bill Elliott (Red Ryder), Robert Blake (Little Beaver), Alice Fleming (The Duchess), Linda Stirling (Ann Taylor), Earle Hodgins (Happy Jack), Glenn Strange (Ace Hanlon), LeRoy Mason (Walter Garfield), Duncan Renaldo (Johnny Bennett, aka San Antonio Kid), Tom London (henchman Long), Jack Kirk (Ben Taylor), Robert J. Wilke (henchman), Cliff Parkinson (henchman Ed), Jack O'Shea (bartender Nick), Roy Bucko (barfly), Joe Garcio (henchman), Bud Geary (henchman), Herman Hack (henchman), Lew Morphy (barfly), Herman Nowlin (barfly), Pascale Perry (barfly), Tom Steele (gunman), Tex Terry (barfly), Henry Wills (henchman), Bob Woodward (henchman)

 
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Happy Jack and Little Beaver

In the fall of 1938 Stephen Slesinger and Fred Harman started a new cowboy adventure comic strip for newspapers, and soon it was carried in newspapers around the nation. It featured a fast shooting cowboy named Red Ryder with a small Indian boy named Little Beaver and a comedy relief side-kick named Happy Jack. By 1940 Hollywood made a movie featuring the comic strip cowboy starring Don ‘Red’ Barry. Four years later Republic Pictures decided to make a series of Red Ryder movies and they searched for a new star to take the part of the popular cowboy. Gordon Nance was born on a Missouri ranch in 1904. His father was not only a rancher but a buyer for the Kansas City stockyards, and Gordon grew up around horses and ranching. After a few weeks at a Jesuit college he got itchy feet and headed to Hollywood to try to become an actor. He did all right during the silent film era, but when talking pictures came along his leading roles became rare . . . Until he was offered the role of Red Ryder in a series of movies based on the comic strip. He came to the studio’s attention after playing the part of Wild Bill Hickok a couple of years earlier, and as often happens in Hollywood, he changed his acting name to Wild Bill Elliott. This adventure is the third of sixteen Red Ryder movies that Wild Bill Elliott would act in, and it involves the discovery of oil on the ranches around Maverick, Arizona. Cowboy movie bad guy Glenn Strange gets a rare leading role in this adventure as the saloon owner who is conspiring to harass the ranchers until they sell him their ranches real cheap. Unfortunately Red Ryder and his blazing six-shooters help the ranchers fight of the roving raiders. With Red Ryder in the way, Saloon owner Ace Hanlon decides to send for an outsider to come to Maverick and gun down Red Ryder. Ace sends for the San Antonio Kid . . . The fastest gun in the West . . . Who rides into Maverick to shoot down Red Ryder in a main street gunfight. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.

Alice Fleming
Alice Fleming
Alice Fleming, Linda Stirling and Bill Elliott
Alice Fleming, Linda Stirling and Bill Elliott
Alice Fleming
Alice Fleming
Bill Elliott and Duncan Renaldo
Bill Elliott and Duncan Renaldo
Bill Elliott and Earle Hodgins
Bill Elliott and Earle Hodgins
Duncan Renaldo
Duncan Renaldo
Duncan Renaldo and Alice Fleming
Duncan Renaldo and Alice Fleming
Duncan Renaldo and Glenn Strange
Duncan Renaldo and Glenn Strange
Duncan Renaldo and Jack O'Shea
Duncan Renaldo and Jack O'Shea
Duncan Renaldo and Robert Blake
Duncan Renaldo and Robert Blake
Duncan Renaldo
Duncan Renaldo
Earl Hodgins and Bill Elliott
Earl Hodgins and Bill Elliott
Earl Hodgins and Bill Elliott
Earl Hodgins and Bill Elliott
Earl Hodgins and Bill Elliott
Earl Hodgins and Bill Elliott
Earl Hodgins
Earl Hodgins
Glenn Strange
Glenn Strange
Glenn Strange and LeRoy Mason
Glenn Strange and LeRoy Mason
Glenn Strange and Tom London
Glenn Strange and Tom London
Glenn Strange
Glenn Strange
Jack O'Shea
Jack O'Shea
LeRoy Mason
LeRoy Mason
LeRoy Mason and Linda Stirling
LeRoy Mason and Linda Stirling
LeRoy Mason
LeRoy Mason
LeRoy Mason
LeRoy Mason
Linda Stirling
Linda Stirling
Linda Stirling and Bill Elliott
Linda Stirling and Bill Elliott
Linda Stirling and Duncan Renaldo
Linda Stirling and Duncan Renaldo
Linda Stirling and Jack Kirk
Linda Stirling and Jack Kirk
Linda Stirling
Linda Stirling
Robert Blake
Robert Blake
Robert Blake as Little Beaver
Robert Blake as Little Beaver
Robert Blake
Robert Blake
Tom London
Tom London
Wild Bill Elliott and Earle Hodgins
Wild Bill Elliott and Earle Hodgins