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Cookie Bullfincher (Character)
from Under California Stars (1948)

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Under California Stars -- Rancher Roy and his boys track down a gang who have stolen Trigger and are holding him for ransom.

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Alternate Names:
Constable Cookie Bullfincher / Dr. Cookie Bullfincher / Judge Cookie Bullfincher / Sheriff Cookie Bullfincher

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Feature:
  1. The Far Frontier (1948) Played by Andy Devine (as Judge Cookie Bullfincher)
  2. Grand Canyon Trail (1948) Played by Andy Devine
  3. Night Time in Nevada (1948) Played by Andy Devine
  4. Eyes of Texas (1948) Played by Andy Devine
  5. Under California Stars (1948) Played by Andy Devine
  6. The Gay Ranchero (1948) Played by Andy Devine
  7. On the Old Spanish Trail (1947) Played by Andy Devine (as Constable Cookie Bullfincher)
  8. Springtime in the Sierras (1947) Played by Andy Devine
  9. Bells of San Angelo (1947) Played by Andy Devine (as Sheriff Cookie Bullfincher)

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From Bells of San Angelo (1947)
[seeking the location of an old Mexican silver mine, Roy, Cookie, Lee and the Padre find a clue on one of the bells of San Angelo church]
Padre: [reading the inscription] "As the sun rises, the shadow of my arms and the pillar of my strength shall mark that which God made and whence came the bells of San Angelo."
Lee Madison: That's beautiful!
Cookie Bullfincher: But what does it mean?
Roy Rogers: "... The shadow of my arms and the pillar of my strength..." Arms, pillar - that must mean a cross! Cookie, do you know where there's a cross around here?
Cookie Bullfincher: Sure! On top of the church.
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