The Law of Contact

Tennessee's Partner (September 21, 1955)

Ronald Reagan
 

Released on September 21, 1955: (running time 1 hour and 23 minutes) A gambler and a gold miner become friends, trying to protect each other from the fast women and the hired killers.

Produced by Benedict Bogeaus

Directed by Allan Dwan

The Actors: John Payne (Tennessee, gambler), Ronald Reagan (cowpoke), Rhonda Fleming (Elizabeth 'Duches' Farnham), Coleen Gray (Goldie Slater), Anthony Caruso (Turner), Morris Ankrum (Judge Parker), Angie Dickinson (Abby Dean), Leo Gordon (Sheriff), Chubby Johnson (Grubstake McNiven), Joe Devlin (Prendergast), Myron Healey (Reynolds, gunslinger), John Mansfield (Clifford), Fred Aldrich (townsman), Walter Bacon (townsman), George Barrows (townsman), John Barton (townsman), Chet Brandenburg (dock worker), John Cason (townsman), Albert Cavens (townsman), George DeNormand (barfly), Duke Fishman (townsman), Sam Harris (bordello guest), Al Haskell (bordello guest), George Huggins (townsman), Frank Jenks (bartender), Jack Kenny (townsman), Robert Locke Lorraine (ship passenger), Jack Mulhall (townsman), Pierce Lyden (miner), Monty O'Grady (townsman), Paul Power (ship passenger), Robert Robinson (townsman), Phil Schumacher (furniture mover), Alex Sharp (townsman), Cap Somers (townsman), Ray Spiker (townsman), Jack Tornek (townsman), Max Wagner (townsman), Norman Willis (gambler)

 

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Here Come’s the Bride, but The Lady’s a Tramp, Death to the Best Man

Ronald Reagan was the 40th President of the United States, and was know as ‘The Great Communicator,’ possibly because of his cowboy movie background. As a young actor, he proclaimed that he wanted to become a cowboy movie star like his hero, silent movie cowboy star Tom Mix. With his self-deprecating humor, he once said with a smile, “If someone was casting a Western, I’d be the lawyer from the East.”

In this adventure he is a gold miner and not a cowboy, but handles his gun like the best of them. He is a lonely gold miner called Cowpoke, digging in the hills of California outside town. This day he is taking a big bag of gold to town where he will meet his sweetheart. He has bought her a wedding dress and has a fortune in gold to give her as a wedding present. She will arrive the next day on a paddlewheel steam boat, and they will get married and live happily ever after.

Unfortunately, as he enters the small town, he watches a professional gambler being ambushed by a loser at a recent poker game. The loser is about to take the gambler outside the town and kill him. So, like any good cowpoke, he shoots it out with the ambusher, saving the man’s life. The gambler and the gold miner will become good friends, until Cowpoke’s new bride arrives on the paddlewheel boat.

This movie is one of the last motion pictures that Ronald Reagan will star in before moving to television, and then to politics, on his way to the White House. Some people believe that his secret to communicating big ideas in a simple way was because he framed things like a good cowboy movie plot. There were good guys and bad guys, and there is no doubt about who is who. Very simple and easy to understand. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.

Rhonda Fleming, John Payne, Ronald Reagan
Rhonda Fleming, John Payne, Ronald Reagan
The Duchess and her girls
The Duchess and her girls
Anthony Caruso
Anthony Caruso
Anthony Caruso, Chubby Johnson
Anthony Caruso, Chubby Johnson
Anthony Caruso, John Mansfield
Anthony Caruso, John Mansfield
Coleen Gray
Coleen Gray
Coleen Gray, John Payne, Rhonda Fleming
Coleen Gray, John Payne, Rhonda Fleming
Coleen Gray, Rhonda Fleming
Coleen Gray, Rhonda Fleming
Coleen Gray
Coleen Gray
Coleen Gray
Coleen Gray
Joe Devlin, Anthony Caruso
Joe Devlin, Anthony Caruso
Joe Devlin, Morris Ankrum, Anthony Caruso
Joe Devlin, Morris Ankrum, Anthony Caruso
Joe Devlin, Morris Ankrum
Joe Devlin, Morris Ankrum
John Payne
John Payne
John Payne, Coleen Gray
John Payne, Coleen Gray
John Payne, Rhonda Fleming
John Payne, Rhonda Fleming
John Payne, Rhonda Fleming
John Payne, Rhonda Fleming
John Payne
John Payne
John Payne
John Payne
John Payne
John Payne
Leo Gordon
Leo Gordon
Leo Gordon, Ronald Reagan, Joe Devlin, Morris Ankrum
Leo Gordon, Ronald Reagan, Joe Devlin, Morris Ankrum
Morris Ankrum
Morris Ankrum
Morris Ankrum, Joe Devlin
Morris Ankrum, Joe Devlin
Myron Healey
Myron Healey
Myron Healey, Anthony Caruso
Myron Healey, Anthony Caruso
Myron Healy, Coleen Gray
Myron Healy, Coleen Gray
Rhonda Fleming
Rhonda Fleming
Rhonda Fleming, John Payne
Rhonda Fleming, John Payne
Rhonda Fleming, Leo Gordon
Rhonda Fleming, Leo Gordon
Rhonda Fleming
Rhonda Fleming
Rhonda Fleming
Rhonda Fleming
Rhonda Fleming
Rhonda Fleming
Ronald Reagan
Ronald Reagan
Ronald Reagan, Coleen Gray
Ronald Reagan, Coleen Gray
Ronald Reagan, John Payne
Ronald Reagan, John Payne
Ronald Reagan, Rhonda Fleming
Ronald Reagan, Rhonda Fleming
Ronald Reagan
Ronald Reagan
Ronald Reagan, John Payne
Ronald Reagan, John Payne
Ronald Reagan, John Payne
Ronald Reagan, John Payne