Young Bill Hickock (October 21, 1940)
Released on October 21, 1940: (running time 53 minutes) Bill Hickock and Clamity Jane thwart a foreign spy trying to split the nation in two and take control of the west.
Produced by Joseph Kane
Directed by Joseph Kane
Written by Norton S. Parker and Olive Cooper
The Actors: Roy Rogers ('Wild' Bill Hickok), George 'Gabby' Hayes (Gabby Whitaker), Julie Bishop (Louise Mason), Sally Payne (Miss 'Calamity' Jane Canary), John Miljan (Nicholas Tower), Archie Twitchell (Phillip), Monte Blue (Marshal Evans), Hal Taliaferro (Morrell), Ethel Wales (Mrs. Stout), Jack Ingram (henchman Red Burke), Monte Montague (Charlie Majors, Wells Fargo executive), Hank Bell (Hank, a Hickok rider), Fred Burns (Pat Waddell, Wells Fargo executive), Bob Card (relay station man), Wallis Clark (Senator Tucker), Tommy Coats (henchman), Iron Eyes Cody (Big Bear), Spade Cooley (musician), Art Dillard (posse rider), Dick Elliott (Elliott the Chronicle reporter), John Elliott (army doctor), Frank Ellis (the Overland stage driver that was attacked), Oscar Gahan (piano player), Helen Gibson (relay station woman), Chick Hannan (posse rider), Al Haskell (barfly), Jack Kirk (henchman Hays, Tower henchman), Jack Rockwell (the stage driver that announced the end of the Civil War), Tom Smith (a Hickok rider), Blackjack Ward (henchman), Slim Whitaker (raider), Henry Wills (henchman and an Indian Brave), Bill Wolfe (townsman), Yakima Canutt (stagecoach stunt double)
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Julie Bishop, born Jacqueline Brown in 1914, was acting in her first silent moving picture at the age of nine. Her father was a wealthy banker and oil investor, so she was home schooled, with different tutors visiting the house every day to teach their one pupil. Every Friday evening her mother took her to a stage play, whispering comments about the actors, and how young Julie should do it differently and better. Every Saturday her mother took her the silent moving picture show, also whispering advice on good acting and bad acting.
Her mother told her that one day sound would be added to the silent pictures, and she should be ready with a good voice. Census records from 1940, when this movie was filmed, say that twenty-six-year-old Jacqueline was renting 149A Crescent Drive, Beverly Hills with her forty-six-year-old mother Blanch Brown.
When World War Two began for the U.S. in 1942, she devoted much time to meeting and entertaining the troops, volunteering often at the Hollywood Canteen. While filming the movie version of Hollywood Canteen, she met two-star Major General Clarence Shoop, and soon they were married and living happily until his death in 1968.
In this adventure that takes place during the Civil War, Julie Bishop is a Southern lady in love with Wells Fargo rider Wild Bill Hickok, played by Roy Rogers. A stranger from a foreign country is in town with plenty of money to hire outlaws that will try to separate the West from the rest of the nation so that the foreign nation can take control. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with lots of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.
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